Solving the digital communication puzzle: Exploring what tools are right for you

Solving the digital communication puzzle: Exploring what tools are right for you

About this Webinar

How do you know which digital communication channels are right for your organization? This On Demand webinar, led by internal communications experts Brilliant Ink, will help you determine which channels can best tell your story without adding to the noise.

We discuss:

  • How to audit your current internal communications landscape
  • An approach to finding the communication gaps digital tools can help fill
  • The strengths and weaknesses of common digital tools including email, intranets, mobile and social
  • A method for mapping your organization's needs to specific digital tools, to create a comprehensive plan forward


Sara Forner Howland

Sara Forner Howland

Vice President of Employee Experience

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