Effective internal communication is key to driving employee motivation, retention and productivity. But non-desk employees, with no corporate email address, are left out of the loop, though they make up 83% of the workforce. In this comprehensive guide, we take you step by step on how to craft and implement a sound internal communication strategy at your organization.
Books & Guides
The ultimate store operations checklists for retailers
Presenting the retailer's ready reckoner of the top checklists they should have on their mobile employee app that streamline operations in their stores.Start reading
Webinars & Videos
Fostering Bottom-Up Communication
The value of top-down communication is well established. But, bottom-up communication helps companies funnel ideas from employees and understand their needs. Creating a culture of inclusivity requires a shift in communication strategies and the right digital infrastructure. In this webinar, you will get a peek into the nuances of fostering a culture of bottom-up communication and the best practices to get you started.View more
Communicating Bad News
Delivering bad news to employees is a challenging but inevitable job. There’s no easy way out and it’s more often than not a rather daunting task.
We’ve brought together industry experts Gary Ross, president of Inside Comms, and James Warda, author, adjunct professor and communications executive, to address this issue. They will tap into decades of experience to demonstrate how to prepare yourself to communicate bad news under all circumstances.
How to overcome adoption challenges in internal communications
Organizations are investing in digital communication to boost employee productivity but adoption has proven to be a common challenge. In this webinar, you’ll learn about the typical causes for failure or ineffective implementations and strategies to overcome them.View more