SocialChorus New York Summit – September 12, 2018

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Date: Wednesday, September 12
Time: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET | Registration from 1:30 PM – 2 PM
Networking happy hour to follow
Location:  Convene  | Address: 237 Park Avenue, New York, NY, 10017

The Future of Work: 3 Trends Changing the Workplace

Need to engage your employees? Internal communications is the solution. It’s the glue that connects company-wide business goals to employee experience. Join SocialChorus on Wednesday, September 12 in New York City for a conversation with comms leaders as we explore the three major trends contributing to the changing workplace.
  • The workforce is becoming more dispersed with the growing gig economy—in the next few years, two-thirds of workers will be freelancers
  • Gen Z  and millennials have higher expectations for communications than previous generations
  • Employees are demanding more transparency on issues, such as diversity and pay inequality, which could affect corporate reputation
You’ll need to prepare your organization —and your internal communications—for these challenges, whether you need to reach five people or 50,000. 
What you’ll learn:
  • Why the role of the communicator is essential to digital transformation and aligning organizational goals
  • How to create the best new communications strategy to reach and engage employees where they are
  • What the future of work holds for internal comms and how you can prepare

 

 

Agenda: 
  • Welcome & Introductions
  • Stories from the Front Line – Bobby Isaacson, SocialChorus
  • Fireside Chat: Power to the People: How Can Individual Departments Contribute to the Company Brand? – Susan Lilly Gerock, Chief Information Officer, Washington REIT
  • Panel Discussion moderated by Meaghan Riley: The Changing Role of the Communicator – Lindsey Sofia, Corporate Communications, Lincoln Financial Group | Christina Moylan, Manager of Internal Communications, Newell Brands
  • Think “Positive” Disruption – Steve Harrington, VP of Marketing, Extreme Networks
  • Transforming Employee Communications in the Age of Distraction – Greg Shove, SocialChorus
  • Networking & Happy Hour

 

 

Speakers: 

 

 

Susan Lilly Gerock, Chief Information Officer, Washington REIT

 

 

 

 

Sharmila Chardavoyne, Engagement Manager, SocialChorus

 

 

 

Steve Harrington, VP of Marketing, Extreme Networks

 

 

 

 

Bobby Isaacson, SocialChorus

 

 

Christina Moylan, Manager of Internal Communications, Newell Brands

 

 

 

Greg Shove, Founder & Executive Chairman, SocialChorus

 

 

 

 

Meaghan Riley, Strategic Advisor, SocialChorus

 

 

 

 

Lindsey Sofia, Corporate Communications, Lincoln Financial Group

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