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George Aitken, Head of Comms at Vodafone UK, talks about one of the biggest problems that companies have nowadays; how to make internal communications efficient? George unveils how the Fuse platform transformed the traditional email comms landscape. Do you want to know more? Do you have the same problems as George had? Get in touch with us at [email protected] Check out the Fuse platform here: https://fuse.fuseuniversal.com/communities/2086
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As part of the KPCB 12-200 Meet-Up series, KPCB’s Marketing and Communications Partner, Christina Lee led a panel to discuss the value of internal communications with Keith Burton, Partner at corporate communications firm Brunswick Group, Dani Dudeck, VP of Communications at Zynga, and Erin Hosilyk, Director of Communications at LinkedIn. Erin Hosilyk, Director of Communications at LinkedIn, talked about the value communicators add by connecting different parts of the organization and Keith Burton, Partner at corporate communications firm Brunswick Group, highlighted the critical advisory role communicators play in informing executives’ point-of-view.
Views: 7448 Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
How often have you faced issues in effectively communicating a well formulated strategy to the right stakeholders? Understanding organizations’ strategic plan by all who are involved in the execution is as important as optimally creating it. A well-orchestrated process must be in place to facilitate better understanding of the strategy and the specific roles to be played by different teams. Unless the goals are understood clearly, chances are that you end up having a big gap between intended strategy and the realized strategy. So, how do we ensure that you have the right plan and process in place for a successful communication of strategy? It is a well-known fact that majority of strategies fail, a key contributor being poorly designed and executed communication plan. One should be committing adequate resources and time to develop a sound method to overcome this. Develop your communication strategy. Developing a solid communication strategy is not easy, you improve as you learn more from the feedback you get on how well the target groups received and understood the message, as it was intended. This is a continual process and there is no such thing as achieving 100% perfection. Ensure that this two-way process is effectively managed.
Views: 10842 Shaji Bhaskaran
The project communications plan defines how you'll communicate and with which audience. Try our Award-Winning PM Software for free: https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ProjectManagementCreatingaCommunicationsPlan Learn a few simple steps you can follow to create a communications plan for your project. Learn how to communicate with stakeholders and other audiences. All the best practices are right here.
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Total Synergy Corporate Communications Manager Jamie Millar talks about the power of personality and how strategic internal communications contributes to growth.
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Communicating your strategy is as important as creating it. If you don't communicate your strategic direction to your internal and external stakeholders, what's the point of having one in the first place? Use this guide to ensure you're giving the best information to those who help bring your plan to life. For more resources on building your strategic plan, view the Essentials Guide to Strategic Planning at http://onstrategyhq.com/resources/strategic-planning-process-basics/ Used by thousands of companies worldwide, http://OnStrategyHQ.com enables any organization, regardless of size and budget, to build their comprehensive plan and monitor implementation. In addition to their award-winning software, the company also offers strategic planning consulting and is a resource for other strategic planning tools, books, articles, workshops, and strategic planning facilitation. Download the Essentials Guide to Strategic Planning - https://onstrategyhq.com/product/essentials-guide-to-strategic-planning/
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A best practice guide to building effective internal communications to facilitate change - some useful guidelines for HR managers and senior leaders See http://lcp.org.uk for further learning and development resources. If you would like a copy of the original powerpoint presentation don't hesitate to email us at [email protected]
Views: 9095 LCPbrighton
** Please Like the Video and Subscribe, Thanks ** So what’s the right strategy to dramatically increase employee engagement in your organization? Well let’s first talk about the wrong strategy... Usually, someone from HR has to convince the CEO to spend money on an employee survey. And when the results come back, the data is hoarded by the senior leadership and a committee is formed to brainstorm ways to improve engagement. The committee implements things like an employee appreciation day, an awards program and perhaps even a tweak to the benefits. But the problem with this approach is that over seventy percent of the variance in engagement correlates to the manager. In other words, who your boss is. Front line leaders are the regulators of engagement. So all those top down ideas don’t matter if you’ve still got the same boss, and if your boss hasn’t changed his behaviors. The right employee engagement strategy instead of being top down, is from the bottom up. First, if you want to improve something, measure it. So you do need to conduct an employee engagement survey. Second, make sure each manager gets her own score report. What is the engagement score for her team, and how does it compare with the average score throughout the company. Finally, third step…have managers shares their results with their own teams. It’s not an HR meeting, nothing fancy or formal. Grab a pizza, get in a conference room and do it over a long lunch. The manager is the facilitator, not the problem solver. What areas did we do well in? What should we focus on for improvement? Because the front line workers are the ones who completed the survey, THEY are the only ones who can tell you what needs to change. The answers can’t come from above. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Most Recent Video: "How To Talk ANYONE Into ANYTHING | Negotiation Tips From Former FBI Negotiator Chris Voss " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jqj3CsoZf0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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As marketers, especially in B2B, it’s critical that we can internally share what we — as a marketing department or group — are trying to accomplish. So today we’re going to give you three ways that you can improve your B2B internal marketing. - Use External Feedback - Stay Organized & Make Sure Everyone is in the “Know” - Align Sales & Marketing Bring the business objectives into the marketing, get customer feedback and bring that feedback right back into your internal marketing. Look, we believe these things internally. We communicated those things externally and here is the response we got. I think if we recommunicate these things internally as thus we could get a better response externally. Organize and categorize your accounts. Have specific talking points. Make sure everybody in your company knows what you've done, who you're working with and why they chose you. Build proof so you can show the value of your firm. This helps with morale and retention -- not just acquisition. Make sure your sales and marketing departments are communicating effectively. Sales can have information that marketing doesn't know about and marketing can have amazing information that sales doesn't know about. By marketing internally with what your wins are as well as your losses you can drastically improve the success of your internal marketing pro Thanks and as always, please subscribe to the channel and feel free to leave a comment below. Have a great day. We hope that you enjoy this video and be sure to like/subscribe for more videos about SEO, PPC, and content marketing! Have a great day! https://directiveconsulting.com/ _ Music: http://www.hooksounds.com SoundFX: https://freesound.org/
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It’s what every organization is looking for: motivated employees that come to work each day ready to give their best. Internal communication plays a critical role in creating that engaged workforce, yet many internal communicators find themselves frustrated at the old-style communication strategies being used within their organization. Is there more to internal communication than newsletters and messages “From the President?” Can social strategies and internal communications work together to create better employee engagement? The answer is yes! In this free webinar presented by Annie Burt, Mayo Clinic's Communications Director for Staff Engagement, you'll learn: • How to implement an internal communications strategy that includes social elements to better engage your workforce • Tips for working with skeptics • Ideas to encourage productive participation and ensure mutual respect • Meaningful measurement suggestions for your news delivery strategy Watch more webinars from the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media http://socialmedia.mayoclinic.org/dvt/qa/ Join the Social Media Health Network (SMHN) http://socialmedia.mayoclinic.org/membership-upgrade/ Follow @MayoSMHN on Twitter https://twitter.com/mayosmhn
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Great communication plans don’t just appear out of thin air. They are carefully crafted and constructed. A communication plan is a necessary means to generating results for your organization and is a high-level document to help steer your marketing to help your organization take branding and fundraising to a new level. In this workshop, our guest speaker Kim Fuller from Phil Communications will help you gain: -A clear path forward for your communications – concrete, measurable objectives so you know what you are working towards -Stronger connections with your stakeholders and prospects, leading to more participation, increased donations and/or greater advocacy -A more productive effort — making the most of your team, your time and your budget -A concise overview of your work to engage volunteers, supporters and potential donors. Get the Slides
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Today’s video talks about five tips on how to easily create internal communications videos with your CEO. From the environment to the right equipment, Thornley Fallis walks you through the steps to ensure your video is compelling and personal for your employees. According to a recent APPrise Mobile survey, only 66 to 78 per cent of employees in mid to enterprise-size organizations know the name of their company’s chief executive officer. A large percentage of these employees wouldn’t be able to identify their CEO in a crowd! Adding video content to your internal communications strategies is a great way to get your CEO front and center with employees, no matter where they are working. For more information visit our website: www.thornleyfallis.com APPrise Mobile Survey: http://apprise-mobile.com/americas-invisible-bosses-many-u-s-workers-dont-know-ceos-name-face/ Connect with us: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/thornleyfallis Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thornleyfallis LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/53875/
Views: 122 Thornley Fallis
C&IT caught up with Karin Weaver to find out how Virgin Media Business organises its events and whether it uses external agencies.
Views: 460 C&IT Magazine
By now, most organizations have a firm grasp on how to use video to market their brand, promote their products and connect with customers. But how can businesses leverage the power of video internally? A report from Forrester Research shows that 37% of firms planned to launch internally-focused enterprise video in 2017, up from 21 percent in 2014. Here are seven ways to begin using video internally to improve productivity, collaboration and communication: 1. Employee new employee or "onboarding" and training Using videos during the onboarding process and to train employees on new tasks can help improve knowledge and engagement while reducing costs helps train employees faster and cheaper. 2. Recruiting new talent Using video to recruit new talent and retaining current can make the process easier and faster for the company and job-seekers alike a company’s investment in video would influence a recruit's decision when considering otherwise equal job offers. 3. Internal communications Using video to make announcements, promote company initiatives and other regular interactions improves relationships between employees and executives and adds personality to stiff organizations, 4. Video conferencing Video conferencing and online meetings can connect team members working from different locations more effectively than the traditional audio conference call. This is very valuable in today’s workplace where 92 percent of millennial's want to work remotely and 87 percent want to work in their jammies, eat cereal for lunch and rock their job assignments - from home! 5. Event coverage Use live video streaming of events to bring together teams working from different locations, and to build an integrated company culture and to feel connected with executives and the organization as a whole. Need help getting started? Give us a call, we can help & thanks for watching. ***Say Hi on Social*** https://www.facebook.com/RichmondCorporateVideo/ https://twitter.com/richmondcorpvid?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/richmondcorporatevideo/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivanalzuro/ ***Check out our Websites*** https://vimeo.com/user2860419 http://www.richmondcorporatevideo.com/
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Ben Bars, Head of Agency, Eight Steps West explains what an effective communication strategy looks like?
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http://internalcommunicationsfs1.com have written a compelling guide for internal communications trends pros and cons, visit the website now to access a Free copy immediately
Views: 2912 Adele Evans
PRWeek's Strategic Internal Communications conference is the year's definitive internal communications and employee engagement event. Find out more: http://www.prweek.com/uk/strategic-internal-comms The conference has become a key calendar date for IC professionals from all over the UK, providing delegates with the chance to learn cutting-edge employee engagement techniques, as well as essential opportunities to network with industry peers. Find out more and book your place for future events here: http://www.prweek.com/uk/strategic-internal-comms
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For other Informa Webinars: http://www.informa-mea.com/webinars To download slides: http://www.slideshare.net/IIRME/webinar-business-metrics-for-internal-communications Across organisations, senior executives continue to lack a true understanding of the value that is, or can be created through internal communications (IC) processes. IC functions are considered part of the corporate overhead – consuming time, money and other resources – rather than a key contributor to creating organisational and stakeholder value. This webinar will look at measuring the organisational value created by IC within the framework of strategic alignment and suggest ways in which IC professionals can use metrics to promote the function within their organisations. Attend this free webinar to better understand how to measure the value created by Internal Communications. About the Presenter: Peter Hofmann is an Executive Director of MFX Options and Solutions (Pty) Ltd, specialising in business management and corporate strategic and operational management consulting. Peter has built a successful career over two decades, having focused on operational and executive management and board liaison. Peter’s field of expertise covers a wide range of specialisms including strategic business plans, processes, supply chain management, performance management, reporting and compliance within an organisational context and the assessment of risk management and compliance frameworks supporting integrated GRC structures within business entities.
Views: 1451 Informa Middle East
The Changing Role of Internal Communications in Corporate Communications, written by Katie Marlow, founder and CEO of Little Bird Communication. Download the white-paper here: https://goo.gl/oZ4a8o Learn more about Poppulo: http://bit.ly/2ELhT3b View our upcoming Poppulo events: http://bit.ly/2EOIBrL
Views: 7160 Poppulo
Today’s workplaces continue to face traditional communication issues. Proper team communication is necessary for mission success, workplace safety and positive workplace culture. It’s a constant struggle that requires the constant time and attention of staff and managers. But our traditional communication difficulties are now seemingly being amplified with new landmines that can hurt organization and individual success. Bullying, politics, triggers, Facebook, proper personal pronouns and even terrorism are now things that can hamper healthy office communication in the modern workplace. Compassionate and non-violent communication for nonprofit teams is a necessary skill that constructs bridges of clear communication between management and staff within that team structure. When the entire team feels comfortable to vocalize a constructive opinion within a safe environment then the dynamics of a team can be utilized to achieve the end goal. Join us as our panel of experts discusses what has changed and how to prevent issues before they derail your nonprofit’s culture. Panelists: Jesse Miller, Founder, You We US; Lela Becker, President, Tantra Life Coaching
Views: 129 501cServices
The i3 Community's July webinar on the topic: "Strategies for Building Effective Internal Communications"
Views: 472 i3 Technical Assistance
Presentation at Advanced Learning Institute's "Strategic Internal Branding" in October 2016 (New York City).
Views: 88 Kristin Hancock
The Fuse platform as a communications omnichannel catalysing the social learning in your organisation is the last episode of our Engagement series with David Westwood, Head of Learning Architecture at Fuse Universal. Fuse is available as a native app both for iOS and Android devices. More information available here: https://fuse.fuseuniversal.com/communities/2584/contents/82866
Views: 1199 Fuse Universal
Every business owner should think about Internal Communication, especially if you can't afford a high staff turnover and low productivity. And let's face it - who can?
Views: 1840 bizcrowd
Employee communications strategist Susan Rink explains how to use six social media innovations for employee communications in this informative video. Her company, Rink Strategic Communications http://www.RinkComms.com, specializes in taking employee communications to the next level for clients. Susan touches on 1. Blogs 2. Yammer 3. Microsoft SharePoint 4. Online chats 5. Online comments 6. Wikis
Views: 3502 RinkComms
The importance of an internal communications plan at your public school Amanda Morris, Outreach Specialist Allerton Hill Consulting www.allertonhillconsulting.com twitter: @outreach_expert
Views: 61 Media at Allerton Hill Consulting
Language is the cultural glue that brings people together. It’s how we share information. Luckily, there are tons of great online tools that make internal communication quick, simple, and fun. Create your own explainer video with mysimpleshow.com
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Have you ever heard the saying "If you have no plan you are planning to fail?" This was great advice from Ben Franklin and it still holds true today. If you are an internal communications practitioner and don't have an internal communications strategy, read our new white paper authored by myself and my business partner Mike Lepis, in partnership with Poppulo: https://lnkd.in/gPksmsa We will also be hosting a Webinar on November 30th, walking attendees through our simple and effective framework to create the your internal communications strategy. Join us and learn how to make your company a great place to work!
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If you liked this episode of unsuitable on Rea Radio, let us know by hitting the like button or by sharing it with your followers on social media. You can also use #ReaRadio to join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter, and you can watch the podcast in action on the Rea & Associates YouTube channel. We’ve also included access to additional resources on our website at www.reacpa.com. In business, the topic of “communication” comes up a lot, especially when we talk about ways to effectively communicate information about products and services to our customers. But what are you doing to communicate better with your employees? And, if you are making internal communications a priority in your business, what are you doing to maximize your efforts? On this episode of unsuitable, we’re talking to Abigail Eisenbrei, an internal communications specialist at Rea. Abby has previous experience implementing communications strategy at the corporate level and, since joining the firm, she has used her expertise to help us with internal communication opportunities. She shares the three primary objectives of internal communications, then offers a few tips to help us implement a solid strategy that will achieve maximum results. Each of the three primary objectives of internal communication – to inform, to educate, and to engage employees – is vital to creating a strategic and impactful communications plan. Informing leads to educating, educating leads to engaging, and engagement leads to growth. Listen to learn more about why you should and how you can implement the three primary objectives of any internal communications strategy. If you want to improve your internal communications, you will be interested in these other topics discussed in this episode: • Establish one internal communication source, which distributes every message to everyone in the company. • Why employees want to feel like they’re in the loop and can be recognized for their accomplishments at the workplace. • Communicating the fun stuff can be a great way to boost morale.
Views: 81 Rea & Associates
During the Employee Engagement Summit, leaders from Mondelēz International, TSB Bank and Sanofi Pasteur share their stories and experience driving engagement and communications in CPG, banking and pharmaceutical industries. Learn more: https://aka.ms/employee-engagement-event-resources
Views: 923 Microsoft Office 365
Having difficulties creating a unified message across the whole company and/or improving your employee engagement ? See how we can help you! ⏬ Click "Show More" for more information ⏬ Easymovie, world’s leader for corporate videos, combines both innovation and custom-made services, to allow businesses to autonomously produce large amounts of videos. Filmed with an iPhone 8, using EasyMovie To learn more, find us on: 🌍 Our website - http://www.easy.movie - ►► Subscribe to our YouTube Channel ◄◄
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As part of the KPCB 12-200 Meet-Up series, KPCB’s Marketing and Communications Partner, Christina Lee led a panel to discuss the value of internal communications with Keith Burton, Partner at corporate communications firm Brunswick Group, Dani Dudeck, VP of Communications at Zynga, and Erin Hosilyk, Director of Communications at LinkedIn. The panelists discussed how to use internal communications strategies to empower employees and create employee brand ambassadors. Erin Hosilyk, Director of Communications at LinkedIn, discussed how she helps employees across the organization make their voices heard internally.
Views: 458 Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Employee communications strategist Susan Rink describes the basic elements of an internal communications policy, including recommendations for guidelines related to 1. Approval process 2. Style and tone 3. Communications vehicles 4. Personnel announcements 5. Spokespersons 6. Social media For more information and helpful tips, please visit Rink Strategic Communications online http://www.rinkcomms.com
Views: 3399 RinkComms
In 2010, Matt Batt, Principal of Pipeline lead a half-day seminar with some of the top internal communications professionals educating them about the importance of social media strategies, corporate integration, and how to leverage employees to enhance your overall social engagement.
Views: 474 Matt Batt
This video was developed by Matthew Koschmann, a professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Colorado Boulder. The purpose is to introduce and explain the field of organizational communication for students and those outside the communication discipline. You can download the video transcript here: http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/740670_369364a68a154f929ed9cce8d15b4727.pdf Or here: http://koschmann.wixsite.com/koschmann/commprof-productions
Views: 315613 Matthew Koschmann
Visit https://www.comnetwork.org/ for more. Are you overlooking key partners and messengers? Your coworkers are vital, trusted communicators internally and externally, but often communications departments forget to include staff in their messaging and branding strategies. This can create confusion internally and externally about what your organization does, how it works, and what it aims to achieve. Effective internal communications can improve internal organizational alignment and culture, and further your goals, messages, and brand externally. In this webinar, you will learn: Three pillars in an effective internal communications framework Common challenges organizations face related to internal communications Findings and lessons from a report on how corporations and nonprofits are approaching smarter internal communications Leading this webinar: Rebecca Chamberlain-Creanga, Ph.D. – Internal Communications Officer, The Kresge Foundation Rodney Jordan, PHR – Senior Director, Executive, & Global Internal Communications, McDonald’s Cierra Selby, MPA – National Urban Fellow ‘17 Mike Smith – Director of Communications, The James Irvine Foundation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Communications Network hosts webinars on a wide variety of important topics, which you have continued access to in our archives. Explore the full list of past and upcoming learning events on our website https://www.comnetwork.org/events/ The Communications Network is a collegial, peer-driven community of foundation and nonprofit communications professionals who share ideas, evidence, and lessons about how smart communications improve lives. Through meetings and events, publications, social outreach, and an online community, we elevate the role of communications across the social sector. We help our members build relationships, skills, and confidence to navigate a shifting information landscape and to be a voice for change that benefits both individuals and society. Subscribe to our bimonthly newsletter: https://bit.ly/2wIVJKQ
Views: 136 ComNetwork
This project describes The Coca-Cola Company's internal strategy for dealing with social media communication issues. Produced by George deGolian for Crawford Media Services.
Views: 6954 George deGolian
On this video Kevin covers key aspects of Internal Communication theory and how it underpins employee engagement. Welcome to PR Academy. We are in the business of education, training and career coaching for professional communicators. We help you with understanding the ideas and concepts that will enable you to deliver strategies and campaigns with real edge. Our courses are taught in central London and online. Have a look at what we have to offer by visiting our website at: www.pracademy.co.uk. Follow us on Twitter: @PRAcademy Like us on Facebook: PRAcademyltd Follow us on LinkedIn: PR-Academy-ltd Don't forget to subscribe and stay tuned for more great content!
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