Internal Communications – Part 1

Unlock the Secret to Added Value

Good communication is critical for all organizations. Inefficient employee communications will inevitably become an obstacle on your way to the top.

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This two-part white paper will help you to target weak points and adopt an effective internal communications strategy.

In the first chapter, we’ll identify the communication challenges plaguing your organization along with their undesired consequences.

In the second chapter, we’ll provide you with some tips and best practices you can implement for successful internal communications.

Watch Out for These Common Mistakes

  • Over-abundance of irrelevant information
  • Deficit in relevant information
  • Not enough images or videos to illustrate textual content
  • Email-based communications
  • Inability to edit your work
  • Lack of clarity or authority
  • Avoiding difficult conversations
  • Assuming your message has been understood
  • No KPIs (key performance indicators)

Make a change while you still can!

According to Olivier Arnault, a consultant in enterprise training and audits, here are some changes you can make to improve your internal communication.

  • Launch an internal audit of your organization’s information dysfunctions and needs
  • Train managers to raise awareness of these issues
  • Implement tools that improve the information lifecycle within the enterprise
  • Advise and act on best practices in terms of communication flow
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Curious about improving internal communication?

Check out our white paper!

Discover Part 2