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Employee experience management - The critical role of internal communication
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Employee experience management - The critical role of internal communication

About this Webinar

Smart, successful companies are investing heavily in employee experience. Here’s why. It’s wonderful for employees and great for business. Your employee communications are key to a great employee experience.

In this webinar our guests Ananya Roy of Human Factors, will help attendees get to grips with understanding of the Employee Experience.

What attendees will learn:

  • What is Employee Experience and why is it so important
  • Shifting from Engagement to Experience
  • The role of communication, and how to implement storytelling and meaning-making to support your successful communications
  • Building your strategy

Speaker

Ananya Roy

Ananya Roy

Consultant

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