Employee Communications: What it takes to be best in class

Employee Communications: What it takes to be best in class

About this Webinar

How do the world’s highest performing organizations leverage the power of employee communications to drive standout results? What do best in class practices look like, and how can you understand where your organization should focus its efforts?

Poppulo has compiled 10 years of best practices from its 900+ clients and their 25 million employees into a framework that helps companies answer those questions. Join us as we discuss the findings of this effort and how companies can use employee comms to drive better business outcomes, with communications expert Joss Mathieson.

Join us for this webinar on 3rd December to:

  • Understand what best-in-class employee communications looks like
  • Hear examples of companies that are on that journey to become best in class
  • Learn how to assess your current employee communications across 7 different dimensions and map your path forward
  • Gain insight into where your peers are on their journey to best-in-class employee communications

Event details

December 3, 2020

11am ET / 4pm GMT

60 minutes


Joss Mathieson

Joss Mathieson

Chief Encouragement Officer, Change Oasis; Partner

Caroline Daly

Caroline Daly

Head of Key Accounts, EMEA APAC, Poppulo

Louisa Nash

Louisa Nash

Senior Customer Success Manager, Poppulo

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