Building an effective, well-crafted communication plan takes time, patience and energy. However, as communication plays a key role in shaping a positive employee experience, it is absolutely worth investing resources in building a robust internal communications plan.
Are you struggling to connect and engage with your employees in these unprecedented times? We’ve gathered in this blog post 10 statistics that will help you identify the bottlenecks that may slow down your internal communication.
Today, building a successful business is all about enabling cross-functional collaboration in the workplace. But COVID-19 makes it challenging for leaders to support their teams as most employees are working remotely during the pandemic.
The pandemic is completely redefining the way teams communicate and work. While remote work used to be offered by some companies as a way to offer a more flexible lifestyle to their employees, it has now become the norm for most businesses.
We asked Mike Klein, Internal Communication Expert and Principal of Changing The Terms, how he sees the internal communication landscape evolving in the #PostCorona world. Here’s what he had to say:
We asked Brad Whitworth — ABC, SCMP, IABC Fellow and senior communications manager at Hitachi Vantara — about the biggest mistakes we make when it comes to internal communication. He said that one of the most common IC errors that communicators make is not customizing messages based on employees’ needs, habits and positions within the company. Here’s what he had to say: