Government Employee Engagement and Internal Communications | VIRTUAL 06/2020

Government Employee Engagement and Internal Communications | VIRTUAL 06/2020

Learn How to Keep Your Employees Safe, Healthy, and Engaged During Times of Uncertainty and Disruption

Sarah Gershman

Sarah Gershman

President

Green Room Speakers

Michael Hughes

Communications Liaison

National Transportation Safety Board

Lori Croy

Lori Croy

Director of Communications

Missouri Department of Commerce and Insurance

Elena Valentine

CEO

Skill Scout

What You Will Learn

The world is different today than it was a few weeks ago. Join your government peers as you benchmark best practices and learn strategies that will keep your employees engaged, informed, and safe.

From reaching a dispersed workforce, engaging remote employees, to planning a return to the wokrplace – this virtual training will provide you with everything you need to know, including how to:

  • Leverage video communications to deliver difficult news
  • Utilize video to communicate in a human-centered way that connects, informs, and reassures your people
  • Create meaningful video content that will resonate with employees especially during these hard times
  • Show gratitude in the wake of COVID-19
  • Manage change and build confidence during times of uncertainty
  • Remove the negativity surrounding change and help others see it as an opportunity
  • Increase your leadership presence in virtual meetings,¬†presentations, and conference calls
  • and more
virtual conference

Who Should Attend

  • Federal, State & Local Government & Nonprofits
  • Internal Communications
  • Employee Engagement
  • Brand Communication
  • Corporate Communications
  • Public Affairs
  • Strategic Communications
  • Organizational Development
  • Human Resources
  • Training & Development
  • Employee Communications
  • Change Management
  • Intranet Communications
  • Digital Communications
  • Global Communications
  • Strategic Planning
  • Public Relations
  • Employee Relations
  • Field Operations
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