How to drive business goals with employee communications

How to drive business goals with employee communications

About this Webinar

Why do some organizations succeed and others fail? One simple yet powerful reason may surprise you. Companies with highly effective employee communications strategies outperform their industry peers by a factor of 3.5.*

Join our panel of experts and IC leaders on June 3rd to learn how leading enterprises think differently about how to achieve standout business results – by leveraging the transformative power of world-class employee communications. You’ll receive actionable guidance on how to drive the success of your organization’s most critical strategic initiatives, whether you’re communicating your Return to Work plan, rolling out a digital transformation project, or executing on a new corporate strategy.


In this panel session you’ll hear:

  • Real-life examples of how world-class organizations are driving business outcomes with data-driven employee communications
  • How to enable communicators across your organization to cut through the noise and create clarity about your strategic goals
  • The risk of not rethinking how you leverage employee communications to achieve business value in 2021

*Willis Towers Watson, 2019

Event details

June 3, 2021

11am EST / 4pm GMT

60 Minutes





Shaun Randol

Shaun Randol


Jared Curtis

Jared Curtis

Director of Communications


Jennifer Sartor

Jennifer Sartor

Director Product Marketing

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