The Communications TAG is authoring and creating a series of best practice guides to help internal communications practitioners connect and engage with ‘hard to reach’ employees.
You can find the first of these free toolkits below, theyfocus on two topics:
Using different communications channels
Internal communications champions and networks
The TAG is now seeking additional volunteers to lead or contribute to creating these best practice guides before the end of 2018:
Connecting with tribes
There will be the chance to review and edit documents from a variety of sources; and to collaborate remotely with your workstream partners via calls, webinars and using Google docs. This means that wherever you are is not a barrier to joining this TAG.
All contributors will be credited for their material in the final publications, leaving a lasting record of their involvement.
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Using Champions to Communicate: Communications TAG Toolkit
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