Transforming the internal communications function at St. Louis Children’s Hospital

Transforming the internal communications function at St. Louis Children’s Hospital

About this Webinar

St. Louis Children’s Hospital is a 280-bed teaching hospital with over 3,000 employees based in St Louis, Missouri. Prior to becoming a Poppulo customer, St. Louis Children’s Hospital faced many challenges that stood in the way of effective internal communications; information overload, tools not fit for purpose and limited staffing. Join Poppulo's guest speaker, John Twombly of St. Louis Children’s Hospital, as he discusses how he overcame these challenges by implementing Poppulo.

What you will learn:

  • How to get staff to feel more connected
  • Effective leadership communications
  • Approaches that can increase employee engagement

Event details

September 18, 2018

11am ET / 4pm GMT


John Twombly

John Twombly

Internal Communications Manager

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