No Tech, No Time, No Tools: Communicate with a dispersed and non-wired workforce
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We often rely on technology to reach our workforce; what happens when employees work across the globe, and may not have consistent tech access? Kimberly Trubiro, manufacturing communications manager at Cummins Inc., will share the best practices and business processes that have changed the way her FORTUNE 200 company talks with its 20,000 non-wired global employees. This is much more than an old-fashioned poster campaign. All communicators can use these lessons in to ramp up their internal communications.
- How to find your communications sweet spot: Gather feedback to identify the best communication tools for your workforce
- Why key performance indicators are important for your business and what role communication plays in KPIs
- Why focusing on tactics, not on change management, hinders your success
- How to get large-scale change regardless of the size of your team
- How to develop a playbook that empowers managers throughout your organization to improve their communications
Kimberly Trubiro has a passion for connecting employees through communications and organizational change management. She leads manufacturing communications at Cummins Inc., where she works to ensure critical messages reach all employees, including 20,000 dispersed, non-wired employees. She joined Cummins in 2014, working in Operations Excellence for the Engine Business. There, she discovered her passion for manufacturing processes, products, and people that led to her job on the corporate communications team. She led the company's first-ever non-wired communications campaign, and matched this campaign's goals to the company's business model to ensure success. Before Cummins, Kimberly was a brand and social media manager and assistant director of communications for a number of start-up companies. She holds bachelor degrees in journalism and world religions from Butler University, and a master's from Indiana University's journalism and public relations program.