At a time of great uncertainty and with so many employees now working remotely, how businesses communicate internally has become more critical than ever to get right. However, getting company-wide adoption of a new and evolving comms strategy can be challenging.
One of the most impactful things organizations can do to influence their bottom line is to prioritize better internal comms by weaving it into the larger company culture. A clear, consistent communications strategy creates higher employee confidence in leadership and team decision-making, and better engagement, motivation, and retention overall.
Join Jen De Shields of Guru in conversation with Julia Soffa, Guru’s Sr. Manager of Internal Comms, Lauren Goldenberg Newton, Compass’s Sr. Program Manager of Business Operations & Internal Comms, and Allison Palombo, Cake's Chief of Staff, on ensuring that internal comms is a priority for everyone in the company.
- How to create a “Golden Rule of Internal Communications” that involves your entire organization
- How to make a case for leaders to prioritize internal comms
- How to structure updates for the greatest impact
- How to measure the impact of your strategy