New eBook: Use the Right Channels to Communicate with Impact – A Communication Channels Guide

Posted by David Grossman on Mon,Aug 06, 2018

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A Surplus of Communications Channels

Having so many options for communicating with employees can be both a blessing and a curse. Often, it’s tough to decide on the perfect option for the particular needs of any one audience. And when the wrong channels – or too many – are chosen to communicate a message, it creates clutter and overload.

How This eBook Can Help You 

Use the Right Channels to Communicate with Impact, our new Channel Guide eBookprovides insights for communicators looking to pick the perfect communication options for their employees to maximize impact. 

Communicators today are all looking for the same thing – a way to push through all the communication clutter to really connect with employees. This eBook helps walk communicators through the various tools available to them so they can make smart decisions on what’s best for their unique audience. 

The eBook offers short, simple tips and tricks to help you sort through some of the most popular vehicles for communicating with employees today. 

The insight helps you decide when and how to use a variety of the vehicles, including:

  • Face-to-face meetings
  • Traditional and new forms of written communication
  • Email
  • Intranet
  • Internal Social Media
  • Internal Publications
  • Blog
  • Podcast
  • Video
  • Employee Surveys
  • Infographics
  • Your CEO
  • Employee Ambassadors
  • Front-line Managers … and more!

Get Your Copy 

Click below to download—Use the Right Channels to Communicate with Impacttoday.

In what ways might being more purposeful when choosing communication channels lead to less clutter and more effective communications?

—David Grossman
Communication Channels Guide eBook 

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