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21st Century Communications-Authentic communication strategies; engage employees, build reputation
In today's fast-paced, high-tech, multi-dimensional business environment, leaders compete to get their messages through to employees. Employees get information from a great number and variety of sources - both from internal or external stakeholders and often through technology-based channels. The challenge is to help employees prioritize and interpret the information they receive in order to do their jobs well and in line with expectations.

Learn the Top 10 Standout Strategies that leaders and communicators can use to bring humanity and corporate character to the workplace and help leaders connect with the hearts and minds of their employees.

In this session, you'll learn:

* What 21st Century Communications means for businesses today
* Why leaders and communicators need to be audience- and environment-aware more than ever before
* What's winning the battle for senior management's attention and resources
* How to align multiple generations and communication practices for a successful overall communications system
* Some guidelines for understanding how to use - or avoid using - social media channels in your organization
* About our recent research findings that show which segment of your organization is most overwhelmed by email and what you can to do better manage it
* What tried-and-true strategy is on life support in most organizations today

David Grossman (www.yourthougthpartner.com) is one of the industry's most sought after experts on internal, organizational and leadership communications. This is a unique opportunity to learn winning strategies, engage in thought-provoking discussion, and consider what's possible to elevate and accelerate your business results by integrating proven high-tech and low-tech communication strategies.
08/01/2012 11:00 am o'clock
08/01/2012 12:00 pm o'clock
Colleen Peck
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Who should participate:

Any HR Professional

What you will learn:

* What 21st Century Communications means for businesses today * Why leaders and communicators need to be audience- and environment-aware more than ever * What's winning the battle for senior management's attention and resources * How to align multiple generations and communication practices for a successful overall communications system * Some guidelines for understanding how to use - or avoid using - social media channels in your organization * About our recent research findings that show which segment of your organization is most overwhelmed by email and what you can to do better manage it * What tried-and-true strategy is on life support in most organizations today

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www.yourthoughtpartner.com
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