Recently, a lot has changed about the workforce—most notably, the influx of remote employees. Although a remote workforce is not a new idea, many companies have scrambled at the last minute to prepare employees for working from home, and chances are many companies will continue or switch completely to working from home permanently long after quarantine’s and shelter-in-place orders are
How You Can Help Your Employee Experience in 2020 As communicators, HR professionals, and marketers, it’s important—now more than ever—to use best practices and unique employee engagement strategies. At ALI Conferences, we are committed to providing you up-to-date trends and tips to help manage your new challenges during this ever-changing time of crisis. As a result of travel restrictions during
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
This article first appeared on BrilliantInk.com, Feb. 5, 2020 What happens when you ask three internal communicators their thoughts on 2020 industry trends and best practices? You get nothing short of brilliance! Last week I had the pleasure of moderating a panel at ALI’s Strategic Internal Communications Conference in San Francisco. My panelists were Jessica Brubaker (Director, Initiative Communications & Channel Strategy at McDonald’s), Laney
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
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.
Joining us at 2019’s Storytelling & Content Strategies for Internal Communications Conference are over 20 prominent communicators who will be leading interactive workshops and engaging sessions over the 3-day event. A few of them sat down with us to answer some questions on why they are passionate about communications and the benefit to employing storytelling tools to increase employee engagement.
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
Joining us at the 5th Annual Government Employee Engagement & Internal Communications Strategies training are over 10 professional internal communicators who will be leading interactive workshops and engaging sessions over the 3-day event. A few of them sat down with us to answer some questions on why they are passionate about internal communications and what you can expect to learn