Originally posted January 31, 2020 on SnapComms.com Personal health is in the spotlight more than ever. The coronavirus is the latest global health crisis, contracted by more than 4,500 people and resulting in loss of life. But the coronavirus is only the latest in a series of epidemics which have occurred. In addition, hundreds of thousands of people continue to
Register here for ALI’s Strategic Internal Communications for a Diverse & Remote Workforce Conference Data is important for any business function; we all know that. Data helps us visualize, tell a story, and make important decisions. What’s more important than obtaining data, is applying it appropriately to reach communications objectives. For internal communicators, this can be a challenge. After all,
How do you reach a team of pilots that are not only physically distant but psychologically? Stan Heaton, Communications Program Leader at Delta Air Lines will shed some light on their methods of employee communications at the Storytelling for Internal Communications conference, March. 17-19, 2020 in Washington, D.C. To give us a sneak peek into his session and why he
Register here for the 7th Annual Strategic Internal Communications—West conference, Jan. 28-30, 2020 in San Francisco to attend this employee communications session. Are your employee communications not getting read? One cause may be information overload—employees feel they are overwhelmed with messages in email, social media, intranet, and more. To cut through the noise, try using a more journalistic approach to
As communicators we can also support the HR department in phrasing their professional jargon into simple sentences. Keep asking ”why” so many times that you will help the whole organization understand what they should know and what they should do differently in the future. You can ask any professional to explain their complex facts as if they were talking to their mother or their 10-year-old child.
Strong culture leads to great employee engagement. It’s well documented that companies with better employee engagement enjoy oh-so-many dividends, including better productivity, innovation, customer experience, employee retention, profitability, safety and work quality.
We wanted to understand the current state of employee communications. What are today’s biggest challenges? How do budgets compare to just a few years ago? What are the most pressing concerns from CEOs? Partnering with Branded Research Inc., an independent market research organization with an active proprietary global panel of over 2 million respondents, we surveyed 400+ U.S. internal communicators
ALI Conferences hosted the Sharepoint & O365 Strategies for Internal Communications, May 2019 in beautiful San Diego. Communicators from across the country came together to discuss their biggest challenges, proven solutions, and best practices for implementing a new digital workplace. Whether they are using SharePoint or O365, these engaging sessions gave attendees what they needed back home to develop new
This past May, ALI Conferences hosted our 2nd Annual Aligning HR & Internal Communications Conference in Times Square, New York City. Communicators and HR professionals from across the country came together to discuss their biggest challenges, strategies, and practical solutions for aligning their company’s communication for a better employee experience. Attendees Biggest Challenges: Shaping company culture. Turn the Employee Value
By Charong Chow Social Chorus The champagne’s popped and the Time’s Square ball drop is over. Now it’s time to plan for a great new year. How To Create Your Employee Communications Plan January is a fantastic time to invest in your internal communications plan, especially if it hasn’t been updated for some time. You may want to reexamine your