Written by: Peggy Bieniek,ABC, Starry Blue Brilliance
“Science and technology revolutionize our lives, but memory, tradition and myth frame our response.” – Arthur Schlesinger, Historian
In “The 11 Vital Internal Communications Trends You’d Be Crazy to Ignore,” Shel Holtz states that “with employees able to see instantly what their work team peers, project peers, bosses and other employees are doing, they feel more connected and, as a result, get more engaged.”
New technology is a driving force for creating and improving the employee experience. In my profile of internal communications expert Chuck Gose, he explained that, “each technology has its own strengths and weaknesses. Make sure your stories play to the technology’s strength.”
Learn how technology can boost your internal brand and culture as Chuck Gose presents “Enhance Your Employee Experience through New Technologies that Align with Your Organization and Communication Campaign Goals” at the Strategic Internal Branding Conference, April 19-21 in Scottsdale, Arizona.
During this session, you’ll learn about many new technologies so you can:
- Use the employee experience as a driving force for the customer experience
- Secure organizational buy-in into technology investments
- Introduce new technologies into the workplace to improve communications and enhance the employee experience
Register for the Strategic Internal Branding Conference. Together we’ll learn about using authentic internal branding communications to create brand champions, build culture and engage employees to live and deliver on the brand promise.
Since I’m a conference supporter, just mention Starry Blue Brilliance when you register to receive a $200 discount.
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Chuck is an active voice on LinkedIn, writing posts about internal communication, employee engagement and social media. He’s an advocate for technology and its aggressive, but smart, use in internal communication.
Chuck is also a self-proclaimed Skyline chili connoisseur and Duran Duran fan with 15 years of international experience in marketing, corporate communication and sales. Chuck has held internal communications roles with companies like Rolls-Royce and GM.