Defined Quiet: A Counter reactive (and Maybe Counterintuitive) Approach to Digital Employee Communications
While remote and hybrid work models are popular with employees, they pose new and real challenges for internal communicators. Employees are everywhere, making it hard to reach them in real-time. The digital workplace is also noisy. Between multiple tools, endless notifications, and tons of competing (and often disconnected) information, critical messages can get drowned out. How can we keep all employees, no matter where they are, engaged and informed while also preventing sensory overload?
It’s time for us to reassess the tools we use (and the ways we use them) to connect employees to work, resources, leadership, and each other. During this session, we’ll:
- Look at the pitfalls of the “everything all of the time”/breaking news approach to digital employee communications
- Discuss (re)defining and building a communications strategy around use cases for your communications toolset
- Demonstrate how simplifying tools and creating quieter communications benefit employees, communicators, and outcomes
- Share three things you can do now to get started on building your tool-based strategy
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