In today’s information-overloaded, digital world, you need communication channels that grab and hold the attention of distracted employees. Our job is to create dynamic vehicles that break through the clutter and build knowledge of key issues.
Whether building a site from scratch or suggesting improvements to an existing intranet or website, we’ll make sure employees can access the tools and information they need. We’ll bring our extensive experience—including project management, vendor and internal team coordination, information architecture, design, content development, programming and hosting—and create a site that drives satisfaction.
Internal meetings and conferences are great opportunities to share information and build commitment. But too often they turn into PowerPoint® marathons, leaving participants information-overloaded and exhausted. We’ll help you create better employee meetings by designing a well-balanced agenda, creating opportunities for interaction, providing facilitation that engages participants and measuring effectiveness through post-meeting surveys.
As hybrid work environments (on-site and remote employees, and combination deals) become more popular, mobile technology will be even more important for employee communication. We’ll develop a solution—such as a mobile-friendly intranet or app—that connects employees to the information and business tools they need, anytime and anywhere.
Creating and managing an employee communication newsletter can be a demanding job, especially when time and resources are scarce. We’ll work with you on every aspect of newsletter creation and production, from initial design, to building an editorial calendar, to researching and writing content, to production and distribution. And, we’ll measure the newsletter’s effectiveness so you can be sure it’s achieving your objectives.
Setting “ground rules” for internal communication encourages consistency and quality across your messages and channels. Based on best practices, we’ll develop employee communication standards and guidelines that define content, writing, identity, use of channels and measurement.
Billions of people connect to social media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, each day. Why not consider using this powerful tool to communicate with employees? Our work includes defining objectives, choosing the right social media tool, drafting starter content and creating an engagement plan to promote participation.
Just take a look at YouTube (or nearly any website), and you’ll see how video has become a prominent part of our culture. So why not use video to communicate with employees? From sketching a storyboard to writing a script to creating animation to shooting and editing, we produce videos that employees remember and share with others.
Need a quick way to convey important messages to employees as they enter the building or visit the cafeteria? We’ll design engaging workplace communication tactics—such as digital signage, touch screens, table cards, posters, bulletin boards and even coffee cup sleeves—that get employees’ attention.