Engaging employees during extraordinary times

Learn how to preserve your workplace culture, keep stakeholders engaged in a time of crisis and craft messaging that inspires trust in leadership, all of which will make the difference in the months ahead.

Has there ever been a more crucial time for internal communicators?

In recent weeks, the business world has been upended by COVID-19, many workers have become remote employees overnight and other industries have struggled to stay afloat.

It’s never been more important to get internal communications right.

Communicators help teams connect when they can’t meet in person. They share important updates on the state of the business, contingency plans and new initiatives from leadership. They share stories from employees who are meeting unprecedented challenges with optimism and vigor. They engage with worried stakeholders, from employees to investors, all of whom are worried about the future of the company and their jobs.

Learn the best way to tackle all those responsibilities—and much more—from your communication peers at our annual Best Practices in Internal Communications & Culture Virtual Conference April 21–22.

Join this conference from anywhere in the world—including the safety and comfort of your own home—and you’ll learn how to:

  • Craft messaging that inspires trust in your organization’s leadership
  • Customize your intranet so it caters to the needs of modern employee
  • Update your crisis communications plan to reflect the new challenges posed by COVID-19
  • Serve as a strategic advisor to leaders during times of crisis and business transformation
  • And more

Sign up for this crucial two-day event here.

Strategies for a post-COVID-19 world

When this crisis finally comes to an end, organizations are going to face a new challenge: rebuilding our world economy.

For communicators, change communications tactics will be an essential tool for helping employees and stakeholders work through the many changes that will become permanent after the crisis is over. To get a jumpstart, learn from Levi Strauss’ Global Head of Employee Communications Elizabeth Owen, and the Former Director of Internal Communications for Fannie Mae Jaya Prasad.

Their session, Change Communications Strategies to Use in the Fallout of the COVID-19 Pandemic, will share:

  • Crucial steps to forging partnerships with key stakeholders and influencers
  • How your organization can enable an open two-way dialogue with employees in this time
  • How to develop a transformation mindset that enables room for change

Get all these insights by joining us April 21–22.

 

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