The Great Resignation: Time to Rip Up the Comms Playbook

The Great Resignation: Time to Rip Up the Comms Playbook

About this Webinar

The time is up. Our approach to enterprise comms needs a radical overhaul if, as communications and HR leaders, we truly want to stem the Great Resignation.

Employees are being overwhelmed with communication from across the organization, leading to noise and information overload, which in turn is creating tuned-out, disconnected staff. The extent of that dangerous disconnect, that failure of communication, has been highlighted by McKinsey in the context of the great employee exodus.

Join our webinar to hear communications expert Joanna Hall's solution to enterprise communications that clearly aren't working for the people that matter most, employees. Register now for our webinar on Tuesday January 25th at 11am ET / 4pm GMT, where Joanna will:

  • Define the disconnect between leaders and employees and its detrimental effect on staff retention
  • Explain how enterprise comms sits at the heart of the problem, what has to be done about it and who needs to take the lead in tackling it
  • Share 8 steps for successful enterprise-wide communication

Event details

January 25, 2022

11am ET / 4pm GMT

60 mins


Joanna Hall

Joanna Hall

Founder and Owner

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