A new comms mix for changing times?
It’s a year on since the pandemic first hit, so how are organisations coping with workforces more separated than ever before?
Can a company really flourish when its employees are scattered far and wide in different locations with a lack of communal face-to-face interaction?
And if the answer is yes – and there is optimism in this regard – what tricks and tools can communicators use to ensure employees at every level remain engaged?
Engaging disparate employees in a pandemic – Vodafone’s communication case study
When it comes to communicating with a global and diverse audience, award-winning communicator Chloe Maple is the perfect guest for our next Sequel Presents: A Coffee With event when we will examine how employees at every level remain engaged in the midst of a pandemic.
A year after Covid-19 turned the corporate landscape upside down, Chloe will use her experience at global telecoms giant Vodafone to discuss how her organisation is coping with workforces more separated than ever before.
Chloe, Head of Internal Communication and Engagement at Vodafone Business where she looks after the communications needs of 19,000 people, will explain the tricks, tools and channels she uses to keep employees invested in the corporate narrative.
In conversation with Sequel director Nick Andrews, Chloe will also draw upon 15 years’ experience in IC working at First Direct, Telefonica (02 UK) and Pladis Global to share how communicators can get around the lack of face to face interaction to good effect.