Insights into the Future of Employee Communication

Julianne Longman

Junior Editor Julianne Longman is a Senior at The University of Connecticut majoring in Marketing and minoring in Digital Arts. Her passions are filmmaking and writing. She is thrilled to be a part of building internal harmony for companies looking to make culture change and is enjoying her time as a Staffbase intern.

Recent Posts

Top 3 Webinars for Internal Communication Professionals

A recent study by eMarketer found that adults in the US spend "12 hours and 7 minutes a day" digesting media content. Communication professionals face extreme competition getting their messages across in today's media-rich culture, and captivating the attention of an audience is even more difficult. Innovation is essential for internal communications to engage employees and make an impact in the workplace. For inspiration, check out some of the top webinars from our new Impact Series for internal communication.

 

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The Ultimate Internal Communication Conferences Guide for 2018 and 2019

Where will you go next? It’s time to pack your bags and join the internal comms conversation. Conferences are a great way to expand your network and meet other professionals in your field. Events also give you an open door to potential solutions providers who might help improve your work. By starting a dialogue with others at events, you'll get new ideas and insights to implement in your workplace. But with so many events to choose from, Staffbase decided to put together this handy list of the 2018–19 must-attend conferences for busy business communicators! 

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Let Video Star in Your Internal Communications Strategy

Today, people have portable video studios in their pockets. You just don’t have to be Steven Spielberg to be good at using video to tell a story anymore. If you've posted a video to YouTube, you know that producing, consuming, and distributing moving images is simple and easy. Why should it be any different in the workplace? In 2018, it's critical to ensure that you have an IC channel capable of sharing video to strengthen employee connections and bring internal messages to life.

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