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This series of webinar panels feature senior executives from many of the most respected and well-known companies, all sharing their insight and real-life examples of how employee communications strategies and tactics are changing and adapting to keep employees engaged and informed in the "New Normal" of the COVID-19 world.
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Three senior employee communicators from Wells Fargo, Northwestern Mutual and Novartis Pharmaceuticals share how they tackled this once-in-a-century challenge, including what's been working and what's not, as they adjust to a new pace and focus a few weeks into the COVID-19 crisis.
Top executives from Vineyard Vines, Mayo Clinic and Meet Up discussed the challenges of communications as retail stores open back up, patients return to a still-open clinic, and offices are relocated in Manhattan.
Senior executives from PepsiCo, KONE Americas and Porter Novelli focus on how to convey to employees that the workplace will not be the same when people return, how increased volume/targeting of communications are keeping employees engaged, and techniques for working faster.
Senior communicators from IBM, Wells Fargo and KONE Americas return to our webinar series to share their pandemic playbooks for the next coming months of the Great COVID Reset.
Senior executives from IBM, Mastercard and Ball Corporation shared their ideas for how to keep employees informed and engaged in the New "Abnormal", what returning to work logistics are looking like, and how to decide when and whether or not employees should return to the office.
Two senior communicators from The Mayo Clinic and The Hartford join us to reflect, and talk about plans for the future.
Everything you wanted to know about the questions you need to ask your employees about returning to work, trends in communications, and the important role HR is playing when it comes to diversity and inclusion.
Employee communications is intense right now - with a demand for increased frequency without an increase in staff or budget. How do you sustain your efforts without burning out?