Speakers include practitioners from:
- SAS (Fortune's #1 Company to Work For)
- Ford Motor Company
- The Great Place to Work® Institute & more....
No travel. No whopping registration fees. No pat-downs at the airport.
This is a webcast recording featuring speakers with black belts in employee communications. Each session has been selected on ratings from our entire 2010 conference lineup.
You'll learn how to:
- Connect powerfully to your speech audiences with a rich narrative woven with proven story-telling devices
- Bring back the personal touch to your employee communications (Hint: don't forget the power of traditional communications when using social media)
- Build a corporate intranet that provides engaging daily news to thousands of employees in hundreds of countries' then allow workers to catch up on the news quickly even if they don't tune in each day
- Turn skeptical employees into enthusiastic advocates for your organization
- Encourage employee-generated content so your employees are more engaged and involved in your company messages
- Breathe new life into your messages by injecting excitement and creativity into mundane communications
- Craft "Tweet-worthy" sound bites for your executives that are repeated verbatim in the press
- Communicate with your employees with integrity during good and bad times
- ...And much more
Take 60 seconds to read what people said about these sessions in 2010:
"Erin Liberman Moran provided good perspective on how strong leadership influences company morale, even during worst of times. Good stats to take back to my own leadership."
"Justina Chen is one of the best speakers I have heard in a long time. Superb! Breathtaking! Inspiring! Bring her back again and again! Dying to watch it again."
"Awesome presentation! Great to learn about Intel's employee portal and how they keep employees engaged."
"WOW!!! AMAZING!!! VERY Inspirational!!! Thanks for sharing!!! Becky Graebe and the entire SAS Team ROCK!!!"
"Experiences at Ford were applicable to our situation; showed valuable use of metrics; showed, rather than just talked about, the transition toward transparency and the role employees play as product ambassadors."
"Shel Holtz always offers a mind-blowing presentation that is both humorous and jam-packed with information."
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