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Maximizing Impact in 2023: Best Practices for Effective Internal Communication
EXECUTIVE BRIEF

Maximizing Impact in 2023: Best Practices for Effective Internal Communication

About this Executive Brief

This time last year, we were talking about a possible return to “business as usual”. A year later, “unusual” has become the name of the game as the workplace continues to undergo unprecedented change.

Hybrid working has become the norm, the priorities and preferences of employees are changing, the need for information is at an all-time high, global uncertainty and economic challenges are raging on—and it’s all happening so fast.

The role of communicators as facilitators of change was seen as mission-critical during the pandemic. But how do they fit into today’s radically transforming workplace?

In this Executive Brief, based on a webinar featuring Joss Mathieson, Chief Encouragement Officer at Change Oasis, Sharon McIntosh, Founder of And Then Communications, and Eoin Byrne, Chief People Officer at Poppulo, we explore how communications have changed in the last year, the top comms challenges in 2023, and how internal communicators can make the largest impact on the business.

Authors

Joss Mathieson

Joss Mathieson

Chief Encouragement Officer at Change Oasis

Sharon McIntosh

Sharon McIntosh

President & Founder of And Then Communications

Eoin Byrne

Eoin Byrne

Chief People Officer

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