Beyond Employee Engagement: 3 Ways to Increase Your Business Value and Influence
UPCOMING WEBINAR – FEBRUARY 16TH

Beyond Employee Engagement: 3 Ways to Increase Your Business Value and Influence

About this Webinar

Employee communication has been business-critical for organizations over the past two years. However, with economic uncertainty and tight budgets, there is increasing pressure to add business value beyond the traditional focus of employee engagement.

This challenge is also a tremendous opportunity for workplace communicators in IC and HR to focus their efforts on bottom-line, operational-oriented, business goals that are high on the executive agenda — and at the same time increase their influence across their organizations.

Join former Microsoft executive Susan Slagle, ex-UTC Aerospace manager Joe Heddy, and FWI content strategist Kristy Alexander as they share best practices and specific examples of how to orchestrate your communications across multiple channels — and in ways you might not have thought of before.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Show your executive team how reducing the noise created by uncoordinated messages delivers broad value to the organization
  • Use comms to improve operational excellence that impacts the bottom line
  • Create orchestrated messaging targeted to specific audiences through multiple channels

Event details

February 16, 2022

11am ET / 4pm GMT

60 mins

Speakers

Susan Slagle

Susan Slagle

Senior Director, Customer Strategy & Value

Joe Heddy

Joe Heddy

Manager, Enterprise Sales

Kristy Alexander

Kristy Alexander

Manager, Visual Communication Services

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