Five Steps To Prove The Value Of Internal Communications

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Five Steps To Prove The Value Of Internal Communications

Providing evidence to leadership that your internal communications programs are producing a net return can be challenging. It’s important to accurately measure your efforts, map ground-level results up to broader company strategies and present meaningful metrics. Some executive leaders understand the value of effective communications, while others see it as unnecessary fluff that can’t be tied to revenue. Intuitively, we know effective communication is not only necessary but critical. The words we use and the way we deliver them determine how or if the message is received. Any executive leader who performs public speaking or interfaces with the press knows this, yet they do not always make the same connection when it comes to internal employee communications. Corporate communications teams should be valued partners with leadership when it comes to implementing strategic corporate objectives, not as production agency order-takers...