Employee Engagement in a Virtual World
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Keeping employees informed and engaged in the early days of working from home during the pandemic was challenging enough. After a year of Zoom fatigue, competing priorities and constant crises, it's even more of an uphill battle.
Don't throw in the towel just yet. Join experts from Amazon, Colman, Brohan and Davis and Ragan Consulting Group for an interactive workshop filled with creative ideas to keep your remote workforce engaged with your organization's culture and mission.
You'll hear informative case studies, take part in eye-opening discussions, and receive valuable tip-sheets, templates and other takeaway materials that will reinvigorate your internal campaigns.
Learn how to:
- Use storytelling to put employees front and center in your communications
- Plan more engaging and fun virtual events by thinking outside the box
- Prioritize employee wellbeing to keep morale and trust high
- Reignite your creative spark and craft communications that grab the attention of even the most distracted employees
A former journalist and current technology leader, Kristin Graham has centered her career on storytelling. She moved to Seattle in 2007 to lead communications for the travel portfolio company, Expedia, Inc. After a year-long sabbatical, Kristin joined Amazon in 2016, where she leads culture work for the global leadership development team at Amazon and teaches Amazon Business Writing courses to employees around the globe. Kristin holds a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University and an MBA from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Outside of work, she is running after her two teenage sons, one rescue dog, and sharing her passion on communications & productivity through kristingrahamcomms.com.
Mary Olivieri is a strategic creative consultant for Ragan Consulting Group and the EVP, Executive Creative Director at Colman Brohan & Davis, Inc. (CBD Marketing). She's worked with national and global companies like Whirlpool Corporation, Firestone, Blue Diamond Almonds, Coca-Cola, Heineken USA and many other B2C and B2B brands. With a background in improv from Chicago's famed Second City, Mary "wears the hat" of the audience she is targeting, developing campaigns that resonate on an emotional level and drive business results. A copywriter by training, she and her teams have won numerous creative awards in categories as diverse as video, direct response marketing, advertising, print and digital collateral, website design and development, short and long-form content. Her high-energy, interactive workshops for corporate communicators use improv techniques to elevate marketing communications of all types.