Internal Communications To Engage Every Employee
Discover How Your Internal Communication Peers Are Engaging Their Entire Workforce With Proven Strategies That Connect Their Employees Despite Their Location.
The communications landscape has changed drastically this past 2 years. However, one thing remains the same—an organization’s most important asset is the employees. Top priority is engaging employees, informing employees, and providing employees with the information and tools they need to succeed in this new landscape.
ALI surveyed our Internal Communication Best Practices Group of 29K strong.
“What about internal communications for Remote, Hybrid, Frontline & Dispersed Workforces is the most challenging for 2022?
54% – Managing and communicating with blended teams
21% – Email communication overload, how to cut through the clutter
25% – Other
Learn from these companies:
Attend this conference to get solutions, practical advice, and how-to’s from your peers on reaching and engaging all employees, no matter where they are.
Gain advice from your peers, see strategies that work, and hear solutions to your most pressing challenges, including how to:
- Identify the best way to communicate information to different employees
- Develop a deskless employee measurement strategy that delivers results and fuels your communication strategy
- Unearth interesting, compelling story-based content that your employees want to watch and share
- Remove mundane communication parallels that actually hinder your communications strategy
- Turn your communication errors into improvement
- Tap into your communication champions to build excitement
- Leverage video content for multiple distribution channels and uses
- Educate and inform employees on a complicated topic in a creative way
- Encourage all employees to use company provided technology to engage with each other
- and more!
Who Should Attend:
- Employee Engagement
- Corporate Communications
- Internal Communications
- Human Resources
- Employee Communications
- Brand Communications
- Organizational Development
- Intranet Content & Communications
- Global Communications
- Employee Relations
- Employer Branding
- Employee Experience
- HR Communications
- Strategic Communications
- Crisis Communications
With more than 30 years’ experience, Jason’s career includes leading global communications for GE Energy Management, an $8 billion manufacturer of energy and electrical components with more than 20,000 employees, and Newell Brands, a $16 billion manufacturer of consumer packaged goods with more than 30,000 employees.
Benefits Of Attending This 3- Day Virtual 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!
IABC Atlanta is a local chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators. We represent approximately 300 professional communicators in the metropolitan Atlanta area and reach over a thousand unique marketing, PR, and communications professionals each month through our meetings, social channels, and digital broadcasts. Our members include professionals working at Fortune 500 companies, communication agencies, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies, as well as independent writers, freelancers, and consultants. People at all stages of professional development are active with IABC Atlanta, but a significant percentage is at manager level or above. All have a commitment to continue professional development and a desire to network with other communicators.
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