Healthcare internal audiences are among the most diverse in the way they receive communications, but executives don’t want excuses. They just want to know the message has been received. Employees are receiving their communications in more ways than ever, from video to email on their handheld devices.
To better reach your employees and improve results, download the free guide created by Poppulo and Ragan on “Smart internal communications in healthcare”. In this guide you will receive:
Advice from organizations that include Mayo Clinic, Nebraska Medicine and Piedmont Healthcare
Tips on how to reach segmented audiences. Find out which employees prefer in-person communications, along with email and other options
Information on how to design for a mobile audience and tailor your messages to different audiences
The steps needed to improve the quality of articles—and level of staff engagement—on your intranet
Best practice advice on social media: How to deploy it in health care organizations
Details of why Mayo Clinic use employee-generated videos, and tips that will improve the videos you shoot
What's IKEA's magic formula for keeping its people highly engaged during turbulent times? Find out at our next webinar when Guy Britt (Global Head of Co-Worker Communication) and Daniela Rogosic (CEO Communication Leader) give you an inside scoop on their comms success with 170,000 co-workers across 30+ markets globally.
According to Gallagher's 2021 State of the Sector report,* engaging employees around their organization’s purpose, strategy, and values is the number one priority for HR and communication professionals this year. Given the stress that employees are feeling from the pandemic-accelerated changes in the workplace, that’s not a surprise. But what are the best practices for doing this successfully?
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