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Newsweaver teams up with ALI for Strategic Internal Communications Conference

Emma HanleyEmma Hanley·

Strategic Internal Communications

How To Drive Behavior Change And Employee Engagement With New Social Tools And Technologies

January 28 – 30, 2015 in San Francisco

Newsweaver are delighted to welcome conference goers to the Strategic Internal Communications event hosted by Advanced Learning Institute in San Francisco.

The Advanced Learning Institute’s mission is focused on helping executives build strong personal relationships, expand their business knowledge of cutting-edge trends, and find proven solutions to a wide range of business problems.

The conference features an amazing line up of speakers and offers attendees the opportunity to advance their career through a combination of interactive training and networking with like-minded professionals.

Featuring more than 15 speakers, this conference will provide professional communicators with actionable insights, tools and practical tips that can be applied instantly, helping you to drive employee engagement, align culture with your unique brand, and influence key behaviors.

Eric Sheely, President of Newsweaver USA will deliver a presentation on ‘How To Effectively Keep Employees Engaged & Informed With Internal Email‘.

A member of the IABC  (Boston Chapter), Eric has more than 25 years diverse experience working with private and public technology businesses as an entrepreneur, divisional operator, business development executive, venture capitalist, board member and investment banker. He has worked with companies large and small, from high growth to turn around, in the fields of software, hardware and healthcare.

Don’t worry if you aren’t able to attend the live event you can catch the highlights on twitter by following @Newsweaver_IC or hashtag #ALI_IC 

For more information on the conference and Newsweaver Internal Connect, contact us by email at marketing@newsweaver.com our call our team in Massachusetts  at 781.443.7600


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