6th Annual Digital Workplace Summit: Engagement Strategies For Employee Communications

6th Annual Digital Workplace Summit: Engagement Strategies For Employee Communications

With More ‘Digital Noise’ Than Ever, It Will Be Critical To Find Ways To Keep Employees Informed And Engaged—No Matter What Device They Are On, Or Which Time Zone They Are In.

Modern digital workplaces have never mattered more. As organizations have shifted to remote and hybrid work, digital workplaces have kept employees connected and productive. Attend this conference to see how others are doing it.

In this 3-day in-person or virtual experience, thought leaders and practitioners will share how their organizations have utilized their intranets, digital signage, social, video, mobile apps, email, and more to communicate key messages, engage employees and build a unified culture across geographies and changing work environments.

Including case studies from:

Adrienne Prather-Marcos

Adrienne Prather-Marcos

Vice President, Internal Communications
Caesars Entertainment

Cody Loveland

Cody Loveland

Global Social Media Head
Alcon

Susan (Zeile) Swanson

Susan (Zeile) Swanson

Sr. Director, Internal Communications
Doma

Gretchen Papez

Gretchen Papez

Director Of PR & Media Relations + Marketing Director
The Valley Health System

Key Takeaways

Discover actionable tools and breakthrough strategies to help you navigate the variety of digital tools available and decide which will work best for your employees, including an inside look at how to:

  • Make a valid case for investing in new communication tools
  • Replicate multichannel communications approaches from the outside consumer world
  • Determine how many times to hit your staff with the same message and have it still be effective
  • Decide what info goes where—intranet, video, email, or other
  • Explore how employees can be creatively engaged to drive behavior change in the workplace in support of business and community goals
  • Align digital, print, social, and video-based storytelling for maximum impact
  • Secure organizational buy-in into technology investments
  • Customize and implement an employee app of your own—from employee research, to product pilot, to roll-out, to results
  • Deliver a seamless and integrated digital workplace
  • Transform an outdated intranet into a modern digital workplace tool
  • Foster communication and collaboration across the digital divide
  • and more!
  • Meet employees where they are, with the information they need
  • Build a digital workplace strategy that drives user adoption
  • Implement new and leading approaches and tools for measuring employee engagement
  • Harness the power of digital tools to communicate with employees during times of organizational change
  • Simplify the message
  • Ensure that your employee videos don’t fall flat
  • Empower employees to become external storytellers and advocates of your brand
  • Create a constant stream of content, stories and newsworthy headlines for employees to share
  • Utilize different digital tools to break down silos across your organization
  • Drive leadership involvement
  • Understand how digital signage, video, mobile and more can help create a more purpose-driven workforce

Meet Your Facilitator:

Geoff Ables is an international keynote speaker, best-selling author and executive coach. Geoff has inspired business audiences on 3 continents for over 25 years to develop the people, process, communication and technical skills needed to transform themselves and their businesses.As an executive coach, he has mentored dozens of clients throughout the world to improve their leadership skills in the areas of sales, customer care, marketing, project management and internal communication.

He is the author of the Amazon best-selling, The LUCK Principle: Business Results at the Intersection of People and Profit, and has contributed to two other books. LUCK is at the core of Geoff’s message of how businesses and individuals can create better relationships by improving how they Listen, Understand, Connect and Know the results that their efforts are producing. Geoff’s message applies to self-discovery, personal relationships, and customer and employee engagement.

In 2002 Ables founded C5 Insight, a customer and employee engagement consulting firm, and has consulted with hundreds of companies in a broad range of industries.  The firm has twice been named to Inc. Magazine’s list of fastest growing companies.

Geoff Ables

Conference Sponsors:

firstup

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simpplr.

Simpplr is today’s modern employee intranet. Our software helps companies engage their workforce by streamlining internal communication and forging employee connections.

Founded in 2014, Simpplr’s modern intranet platform accelerates employee engagement, collaboration, and productivity. The company has raised a total of $61.1 million from Tola Capital, Norwest Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures, and Still Venture Capital. Simpplr is headquartered virtually with offices in California and India, and is a recipient of the 2021 Inc. Magazine Great Places to Work Award. For more information, visit https://www.simpplr.com/

Simpplr is headquartered in Redwood City, CA with an office in Gurgaon, India, and is backed by Norwest Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures, and Still Venture Capital. Visit simpplr.com and join the conversation on Twitter @simpplr.

Conference Partner:

Southern Nevada is rich with PR talent - tap into it. PRSA: Public Relations Society of America - Las Vegas Chapter

With a vision to unify, strengthen and advance the public relations profession, the PRSA Las Vegas Valley Chapter serves to build value and demand for, and global understanding of, public relations. Collectively, we help to advance public relations professionals by offering development opportunities and career refinement through continuing education programs, networking events with industry leaders, exclusive membership access to events and trendsetters, information exchange forums, and research findings conducted on national and local levels.

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Who Should Attend:

  • Employee Engagement
  • Corporate Communications
  • Internal Communications
  • Human Resources
  • Employee Communications
  • Brand Communications
  • Organizational Development
  • Intranet Content & Communications
  • Knowledge Management
  • Global Communications
  • Employee Relations
  • Employer Branding
  • Employee Experience
  • HR Communications
  • Strategic Communications
  • Crisis Communications
  • Culture

Benefits Of Attending This 3- Day Conference:

Join Your Peers For Interactive Discussions Designed To Provide You With Solutions For Your Most Pressing Challenges.

  • Meet and network with like-minded peers in small group break outs
  • 3 information-packed days
  • 1 track learning environment
  • Case studies, panels, and interactive hands-on breakout sessions
  • Access to presentations and recording post-conference
  • Certificate of attendance for CEU’s
  • Networking list to continue the conversation after the training ends
  • Content from leading organizations, consultants, and visionaries delivered to you wherever you are and available to access and share with colleagues later
  • Guaranteed extensive, how-to instructions that you can use immediately
  • Opportunity to ask questions to speakers and peers in real-time
  • This isn’t a passive experience!

Safe Gathering Protocols:

We know the internal communications community values in-person collaboration. We’re committed to creating a safe and comfortable environment for all attendees.

We will be following current CDC recommendations and local guidelines to ensure a great experience, along with putting in place measures to keep you safe during the ongoing pandemic. (If you are not comfortable attending in-person, we are also offering a virtual option for this event.)

To join us in Las Vegas, you will be asked to provide proof of your COVID-19 vaccination status or a negative test (taken within 72 hours before entry to the LVCC) and you will not be required to wear a mask while indoors.  As of February The State of Nevada and Clark County does not require and will not enforce that all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, wear a mask indoors. Masks are not required for outdoor networking opportunities; however, we encourage you to do what you are most comfortable with in this case. For the most up-to-date requirements and updates, check the Nevada Health Response site.

Here are highlights of the measures we’ll be following (subject to change based on recommendations):

  • Vaccinations required for all attendees (all event staff is 100% vaccinated), or proof of negative test within 72 hours before entry
  • Masks will NOT be required indoors when not actively eating or drinking
  • Limited attendance with typical gatherings of 50-100 attendees to allow for high quality, high-value learning and networking
  • Modified event space to support physical distancing in seating arrangements and during networking opportunities
  • Adapted ways food and beverage services are provided to limit risk/exposure
  • Hand sanitation stations throughout the event space

Thank you for your support and collaboration in making this an event you can attend safely and confidently!

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