Webinar Recording: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – Learnings From Our 2019 Internal Communicator Index
Help Your Organization Benefit From What We Learned In Our Latest Research Report
How much are companies spending on internal communications? What do CEOs really expect of communicators? How does your company measure up when it comes to communicating with employees?
These questions and more are answered in our new research report, the 2019 Internal Communications Index. SocialChorus experts will walk you through the key findings in our entertaining new webinar, giving you insights into everything good, bad and ugly in the world of workforce communications. Here are a few highlights that we covered in the webinar:
- How budgets are impacting internal communications—75% of respondents are spending more on employee engagement than two years ago, but is more spending leading to better results?
- The C-suite thinks building trust is the primary goal of communications—learn how communicators and HR can maintain a positive employee experience while putting an end to the rumor mill.
- Measuring employee engagement is still a challenge—find out why communicators are still struggling with this and what can be done about it.
- Learn how to use the facts from our report to benefit your organization, whether that means pushing for more budget, new technologies, or simply more collaboration between departments.
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Sonia Fiorenza, VP Communications & Engagement Strategies, SocialChorus
Sonia Fiorenza leads communications and engagement strategies for SocialChorus, a workforce communications platform for every worker from head office to the front line. Sonia has more than 20 years of experience in Corporate Communications at Fortune 500 companies across the financial services, biotechnology, and retail industries.
Chuck Gose, Senior Strategic Advisor, SocialChorus
Chuck is a self-proclaimed Skyline Chili connoisseur and Duran Duran fan with nearly 20 years of experience in marketing, corporate communications, and internal communications. His passion and enthusiasm for the communications profession began early in his career at General Motors and Rolls-Royce; since then, he has focused on interweaving internal communications and technology in creative ways. He is also the co-creator of The Periodic Table of Internal Communications and The Very Hungry Communicator. And most importantly, he got to fly in a blimp once.