Tag: digital communications

Originally posted January 15, 2020 on SnapComms.com Here’s a new year’s challenge for you. Take your internal communications plan for the year and shake it up a little. You don’t want to just send company messages in the same old ways. And neither do your employees. Imagine giving staff an immersive experience, meaningful so that it matters to them, with

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McKenzie McArthur, a Communications Specialist, is a speaker at the 4th Annual Digital Workplace Summit, March 31st through April 2nd, 2020 in Las Vegas. McArthur will be speaking on internal communications solutions and as a teaser to her session, here she is with Five Reasons Digital Signage Might be Right for Your Internal Communications Solutions. 1. You send too many

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Register Today for the Strategic Corporate Communications: Using Video, Social, Podcasts, and More conference, Feb 25-27 in Scottsdale. Attend this one-of-a kind conference to meet and interact with your fellow corporate communications peers as you get together to discover and discuss latest corporate communications strategies and challenges. ALI’s communications conference offers a unique insight on how organizations are using digital

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Register for the Internal Communications: Social, Video, Mobile, Intranets + More conference, Nov. 19-21, 2019 in Chicago Have a message to spread to your employees, but not sure how? Struggling to revamp your employee engagement? Check out how Nationwide reaches its audience!   Learn about how the company communicates with its employees across the country using a unique live broadcast

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Written by: Charong Chow, Social Chorus Human resources will always be about people—but it’s truly amazing the way technology continues to shift the way HR teams operate. In 2019, you can bet technology and tools will provide new opportunities (both big and small) to streamline, enhance, and improve your work. Here are the top six HR technology trends for all

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Written by Scott McDowell, Tribe Pictures. Video is one of the most effective tools for leaders today. It’s not simply a way to share the latest news; it’s a way to call people to action. But in order for employees and stakeholders to heed your call, they first need to connect with you. So, how do you put your best

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Written by Jodi Beaubien. HR professionals are faced with the daunting task of successfully aligning workforces with the strategic mission and objectives of their organization. Suffice to say while managing costs. These priorities are often competing, yet they don’t have to be. Data conveys the interconnected relationship between an internal communication strategy and organizational success. However, it remains a challenge

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Written by Amir Ameri, Beekeeper. Though today’s consumer digital communications tools are designed to be the ultimate data mines, businesses can’t afford to take data security risks when it comes to internal communications. With personal data being an increasingly profitable commodity, the tracking of online activity is occurring on an unprecedented level. In this context, it’s never been more important

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Written by Ally Sherman, Chief. Facebook has been in the news for some problematic issues. Recent scandals around “fake news” and the misuse of data have many wondering about the platform’s credibility and asking what impact this has on, well, everyone. Despite this, Facebook remains one of the biggest players in the social media game with nearly 2 billion usersand

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Written by Catherine Andrews, April 5, 2018.  Today we’re used to engaging with government by tweeting, email, web surveys and more. But take a step back and think to 100 years ago—nothing was the same. The only way to interact with your government was to write letters, visit city hall in person or attend open forums. But channels have shifted

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