About this webinar
As the coronavirus crisis unfolds globally, we’re watching internal communications emerge as a core function responsible for keeping staff and business connected and safe.
The IC community has been advocating to take the spotlight for a long time but this was not the way anyone had thought it would happen. Is the light shining where we want and need it to be?
One thing is for sure. Right now, the efforts of every communications professional are either consumed with crisis-related communication or driven by an effort to connect with where there is a need or opportunity to make a difference.
💡 It’s during times like these when the IC community needs to come together and lean on each other for helpful tips and advice. For that reason, we’re opening up a helpline where we can all bring in questions and have an honest, open discussion about the best course of action from here on.
To guide us through the session, we’ve enlisted a powerhouse IC panel:
❓ THIS WILL ONLY WORK IF WE DO IT TOGETHER. Please come prepared with questions or send them to us in advance. Email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or simply drop any of us a line on social media.
📅 Date: Thursday, April 2nd
🕐 Time: 10 am ET | 5 pm EET
⏺️ As always, if you can’t make it to the live session but would still like the recording emailed to you, go ahead and register. We’ll take care of the rest.
See you there! 👋
Marketing Director at Smarp with a passion for communications and employee advocacy. Focused on helping organizations around the world – whether they are Smarp customers or not – understand how to better engage their employees.
Jennifer is responsible for the leadership of IoIC, the only independent professional body solely dedicated to internal communication. IoIC is the voice of internal comms, setting standards for more than 65 years through qualifications, career development, thought leadership and best practice.
Through consultancy, research, writing and advocacy, Mike helps organizations and communicators refocus on differentiation, alignment and effective measurement. Mike recently joined the Smarp Strategic Services team as IC Strategy Advisor.
Steve started Crescenzo Communications after leaving his post as Editorial Director/VP of New Product Development at Ragan Communications. He brings over 20 years of experience fighting the good fight in corporate comms first as a journalist, and now as a speaker, leader, consultant and coach.
Smarp’s employee communications platform helps enterprise businesses communicate effectively with their entire workforce, both corporate and frontline. The platform automatically delivers relevant content to every employee, while empowering them to amplify your message.
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