Create Amazing Town Hall Meetings: Practical, cost-effective ways to reinvent your next employee event

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A boring town hall misses the opportunity to communicate vital business strategies to on-the-ground teams who have great questions and feedback (if they're still awake).

Make your town hall the must-go-to employee event. You can even beat your holiday party!

Join Alison Pase, VP, internal communications from global edtech powerhouse Cengage Learning, to find out practical, cost-effective ways to reinvent the content, format and measurement of your next town hall.

Result: Execs eager to do another one! Employees who value the time spent. You'll drive business goals, build company culture and execute a perfect manned Mars landing. OK, maybe not that last one. But definitely the other two.

You will also learn:

  • How make your meeting a comfortable, collaborative place for employees to share ideas
  • Why the room configuration must match the message—and what it may cost
  • How to increase message retention: methods to capture the attention of employees
  • Tips for how to measure and prove the meeting's effectiveness for your C-suite
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October 2016
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Alison Pase is vice president of internal communications for Cengage Learning, a global ed-tech company in Boston. She leads internal and executive communications for the $1.7 billion, 5,000-employee enterprise, focusing on business results and cultural change. She joined Cengage in editorial and product acquisition. She founded and built internal communications, installing new executive and peer-to-peer platforms. This included communications strategy and execution for mergers and acquisitions, Chapter 11, and cultural reinvention—and "news you can use" to get leaders and employees working together. Alison is a graduate of Syracuse University with B.A.'s in magazine journalism and French, as well as an M.A. in French language, literature and linguistics.