Want to improve the quality of your employee communication while making processes more efficient? Need a way to manage the expectations of internal clients and other stakeholders?
Communication guidelines, such as web standards, publication templates and town hall meeting formats, aren’t intended to impose rigid rules; rather, they set expectations for how communication should occur across your organization. Instead of reinventing the wheel every time you communicate, guidelines can make your job easier while increasing the value of communication. This session uses case studies to show how standards and guidelines can make significant improvements in your program.
- Why communication guidelines are important
- What factors to consider
- Which types of communication guidelines to consider
- How some of today’s leading companies are using communication guidelines
- How you can leverage communication guidelines for optimum results