Manager Communication in a Digital World: 5 Lessons Learned
Tuesday, September 12 at 11:00 AM PT
Manager-employee communication is one of the most essential components of a company’s internal communication strategy. However, the most recent ROI Communication Benchmark™ study found that only 50% of companies report doing this well. Information is getting lost and front-line employees are left feeling disconnected and disengaged.
ROI Communication and SocialChorus are partnering to examine the opportunity for people managers in the employee communications ecosystem. Our presenters will share why manager communication in this digital world should be a priority for your business and five steps you can take to ensure your manager communication is effective and reaching employees directly.
Join us on Tuesday, September 12 at 11 AM PT/ 2 PM ET for this live webinar. If you can’t make the date or time, register anyway to receive a link to the recording.
Managing Director, ROI Communication
Managing Director Sheryl Lewis leads sales and marketing at ROI Communication, and provides strategic counsel to ROI clients on a range of key initiatives including strategy, change management, leadership alignment and social media. Prior to joining ROI, Sheryl worked for 15 years at Quantum Corporation, one of the world’s leading storage suppliers for personal and enterprise computers. At Quantum, she served in a broad array of roles that included VP of Talent Management, Director of Management and Organizational Development, Director of Business Excellence and Director of Product Marketing. She speaks regularly at national events on the topics of mergers and acquisitions, change management, leader and manager communications, measurement and social media as a tool for employee engagement.
Greg is the executive chairman and co-founder of SocialChorus, the leading workforce communications platform. Greg has helped brands and consumers connect online since the early days of the internet. 2Market, a Silicon Valley startup that he co-founded, pioneered the development of interactive shopping before being acquired by AOL in 1995. In the past, he has worked at Sun Microsystems, Apple Computer and AOL.