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8 Mistakes companies make when communicating through change
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

8 Mistakes companies make when communicating through change

About this Webinar

The coming months present a massive challenge for employee communicators and HR teams, who are key to making the new way of working a reality. Whether planning a return to the office, navigating a restructuring, or adapting to a new business strategy, communication is critical to keeping employees connected and making these major shifts successful.

Join us for a timely discussion on how to communicate through your next period of transition, hearing from behavioral scientist Lindsay Kohler of scarlettabbott and employee engagement experts Laura House and Naomi Goodman of the-thread.

In this webinar, we’ll share:

  • 8 mistakes companies make when communicating through change
  • What behavioral science can teach us about what employees will be thinking and feeling over the next few months
  • How to enable your leaders to communicate more effectively in a hybrid environment
  • How to re-engage employees and foster connections - no matter where they're working

Event details

Gradient Calendar

May 27, 2021

11:00 AM ET / 4:00 PM BST

Speakers

Laura House

Laura House

Founder, the-thread

Naomi Goodman

Naomi Goodman

Founder/Director

Lindsay Kohler

Lindsay Kohler

Lead Behavioral Scientist, scarlettabbott

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