Over 3000 people attended the Great Comms Debate in 2020.
In case you haven't listened to one yet 👇
These are the sessions where the greatest minds in employee communications gather for a deep dive on the biggest trends in the field today.
In the year which has seen the importance of employee communications skyrocket, we’re left with two questions:
For the last debate of the year, we went for something special. A twist... 🥁🥁🥁
The guest speakers were decided by the community, so needless to say, the lineup is EPIC:
💡 Whether you’re new to communications or a seasoned veteran, this debate should give you plenty of insights to take back with you as you work towards enhancing your communications.
06:10 – Statement #1: The changes brought by COVID-19 to how we engage our employees are here to stay.
17:52 – Statement #2: Culture is primarily defined by how companies communicate.
26:35 – Statement #3: Anyone can become an internal communications professional.
35:45 – Statement #4: Internal comms can’t deliver real results if they are not involved in the development of strategic initiatives.
45:35 – Statement #5: The most important skill for communications is, still, copywriting.
55:07 – Statement #6: Internal communications is not equal to employee engagement.