According to Willis Towers Watson research, companies with high effectiveness in change management and communication are 3.5 times more likely to outperform their industry peers than firms not effective in these areas.
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Download our 7-step guide to learn how to:
- Build a strategy
- Conduct a channel audit
- Identify and communicate with diverse audiences
- Craft compelling communications
- Test campaigns to increase engagement
- Use insight and measurement to increase engagement
- Measure engagement across all channels
- Prove business value to stakeholders
The value of effective internal communications is recognized by large organizations around the world with industry-wide research showing that effective IC can have a proven benefit to an organization’s bottom line.
The onus is therefore on Internal Communications professionals to be accountable through greater employee engagement.
So, whether it’s sending a once-off communication to select employees, or implementing a detailed company-wide communications program, this guide is designed to give you structure on how you can communicate most effectively.
Internal communication aligned to organizational strategy helps employees deliver business results. The first step in creating successful internal communications is to understand your organization’s overall business strategy.
Setting communication objectives gives you the necessary focus to develop campaigns and tactics that are that are in sync with long term-goals.
Review (or create) your own goals and objectives for each of your campaigns that will broadly carry the same language, vision and messaging as your organization. Each of your team’s campaign is transformed from a one-off, tactical event, into something that directly contributes to the organization’s overall strategic direction.
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