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Redefining the Role of the Communicator: Insights from Gallagher's State of the Sector
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Redefining the Role of the Communicator: Insights from Gallagher's State of the Sector

About this Webinar

Each year, Gallagher’s State of the Sector report sheds light on the top priorities, trends, and barriers within the communications sector—and 2024’s report delivers again, highlighting the rise of AI technology, and reflecting on whether communicators are becoming more strategically aligned with their business’ bottom line.

But with a lack of resources and budget, increasing workloads, and higher expectations than ever before, how seriously are businesses taking employee communications professionals?

Register for our webinar on February 15 for a discussion with Chris Lee, Gallagher’s VP of Employee Experience and Communication, and Heather Bicknell, Product Marketing Director at Poppulo, where we’ll dive into the results of the 2023 State of the Sector report and discuss the current state—and probable trajectory—of the communications profession.

This webinar covers:

  • The rise of AI technology for internal comms
  • The importance of people manager communications
  • How communicators are strategically aligning with the larger business strategy
  • How organizations are evolving their channel strategies

Event details

Gradient Calendar

February 15, 2024

11am ET / 4pm GMT

Speakers

Chris Lee

Chris Lee

VP of Employee Experience & Communication

Heather Bicknell

Heather Bicknell

Product Marketing Director

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