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Carrying out employee engagement research allows communicators to demonstrate the bottom-line outcome of their work and, by measuring employee satisfaction, highlights where there are insufficient levels of communication or engagement. The role communication plays in engagement can only be proved if a survey instrument includes enough – or the right kinds of – questions about communication.
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In this two-hour workshop, you will learn the difference between communicating about an organizational strategy and communicating in a way that actually fulfills the strategy. You will use a step-by-step process for engaging your executive management in communication planning in a way that feels like other, logical business processes they are comfortable with, and makes it easy to know what to measure.
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I’m always perplexed when I see communicators saying they want to stop pushing their newsletters by email, or replace email with social media, or replace their intranet with apps without first researching the appropriateness of the channels to the content or the needs and preferences of their employees.
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It’s hard to connect our work with our organization’s desired results unless we plan our communication strategies from the beginning to help deliver those results. This workshop will give you an easy-to-follow, step-by-step process to connect communication to business goals—and then prove the value of the communication.
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Keynote – Research. Sometimes we see operational numbers that tell us there is a problem, but our assumptions on what is causing the problem may be wrong. We develop strategic communication plans to take people on a journey to our new future, but we don’t do the upfront research to understand where they are right now, or what it might take to get them moving in a new direction.
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One client’s company is highly decentralized, with communicators in the field reporting to the regional business unit heads instead of the corporate communication office. The corporate office provided a full-day
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Go from communication order-taker to a valued business strategist at the management decision-making table. This highly interactive 1-day workshop will provide you with all the tools you need to think more strategically, present your ideas proactively to management in ways that make more business sense to them and use consulting techniques that help you take your seat at the management decision-making table—even if you’re not invited!
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The best way to align the work of the communication department with your organization’s goals is through an effective strategic plan–one that focuses on using communication to affect the behaviors
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