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Imagine a tool that simplified internal communications, boosted employee engagement, and improves corporate culture all with the click of a button. Enter internal social networks. Enterprise social networks are transforming organizations from the inside out. Employees across the board can collaborate easier, faster, and in a more contextual fashion than traditional approaches.
For Human Resources in particular, getting employees on-boarded can take weeks or sometimes months, but with the pace business moves today, you need to get employees up to speed as quickly as possible. How can you leverage enterprise social networking to connect employees to the right information and people in context to accelerate their on-boarding experience?
Private social networks can also help dissolve top-down management flattening the corporate hierarchy to ensure employees feel empowered. This more democratic approach has proven to boost employee satisfaction, morale, and ultimately, employees’ overall engagement.
These internal social platforms are also a great arena to give employees their voice through surveys and polls, get feedback and suggestions and have an overall better understanding of how employees are reacting to new policies, changes they’d like to see, or just general comments they have for the organization.
Private social networks improve internal communications and have had a profound impact on organizational culture and HR efforts. In this session you will gain deeper insight into how internal social networks facilitate motivation, boost morale and increase the efficiency of your HR organization. Learn:
• Tips to flatten your organization by empowering employees
• How amplifying rewards and recognition directly impacts employee satisfaction, productivity and happiness
• Creating a frictionless onboarding process to get new employees up to speed faster
• Localizing HR to streamline organizational processes and HR communications
• How empowering employees boosts morale and engagement in the workplace
Get real-world examples of how HR organizations are leveraging internal social networks to improve onboarding, communication and engagement everyday.
Who Should Participate
Change Management Professionals
What You Will Learn
The benefits of internal social networks to an organization’s culture
How social networks accelerate HR processes and improve the efficacy of internal communications
Why private social networks are essential to creating happy employees
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