It is possible for internal communication underdogs to rise to a position of influence.
What we once thought of our community and culture may no longer fit so comfortably. In fact, we might find greater acceptance for who we are beyond the bounds of traditional community or culture.
Review examples of global communication trends, based on lived experience — from technology opportunities, to troubleshooting live media events online, advice on how to move the needle on global sustainability through communications and more.
We outline some simple (and not-so-simple) steps to write a purposeful and authentic diversity statement.
As we enter the next phase of work culture, here are some considerations for internal communicators, who can use their expertise to address such concerns.
Making long-term changes and creating a calmer organization is always a difficult, but essential, journey if communicators are to drive efficiency and engagement for the future.
Among communicators, the words “transparency,” along with “authenticity,” are more than slogans we put in into company messaging. At least, we hope so.
As many organizations begin conversations about re-entering the physical workplace, they can look to those who have been operating in a physical capacity since the earliest days of the pandemic.