How world class IC supports world class business transformation

How world class IC supports world class business transformation

About this Webinar

Ranked by Harvard Business Review as one of the top 20 business transformations, Dell continues innovating. This makes effectively communicating with its 130,000 employees worldwide more important than ever. Join Global Internal Communications Consultant Rochelle Roberts to hear how her “back to basics” strategy successfully steered employees through “COVID info overwhelm” to keep engagement high and impact key change initiatives.

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • Strategies to show the impact of internal communications on Dell’s key change initiatives.
  • Smart ways to use metrics to measure and enhance employee responses to messages.
  • How Rochelle successfully adjusted when COVID drove an 8x increase in the percentage of people who read communications on mobile

Event details

30 mins


Rochelle Roberts

Rochelle Roberts

Global Internal Communications Consultant

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