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Webinar: Top Internal Comms Trends for 2023
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Webinar: Top Internal Comms Trends for 2023

About this Webinar

2023 will be the year for internal communication professionals to establish new norms for how they communicate to help shape the post-pandemic workplace culture. But what are the top trends that will guide internal comms strategy over the next year—and what can internal communicators do to better support employees in today’s changing workplace?

While the role of comms was made mission-critical during the pandemic, the reason for communicating, the impact of those comms, and the way businesses measure that impact are all evolving in a time of continuing global uncertainty and economic challenges.

Join our webinar to hear Joss Mathieson, Chief Encouragement Officer at Change Oasis, Sharon McIntosh, President and Founder of And Then Communications, and Eoin Byrne, Chief People Officer at Poppulo, discuss the key challenges, trends, and opportunities for internal communicators in 2023.

You will learn:

  • The top trends reshaping workplace communications today
  • Common challenges that internal communicators will face in 2023
  • How focusing on data and business outcomes can help you create a more effective internal comms strategy
  • How internal communications is being consumerized to meet the expectations of today’s workforce

Speakers

Joss Mathieson

Joss Mathieson

Chief Encouragement Officer at Change Oasis

Eoin Byrne

Eoin Byrne

Chief People Officer

Sharon McIntosh

Sharon McIntosh

President and founder

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