Communicating during times of uncertainty
Help Employees Navigate
Due to the global pandemic, advice on best practices and how to deal with this never-before-seen scenario are everywhere. The unbelievable circumstances we find ourselves in have only exacerbated existing communication challenges that companies struggled with long before COVID-19. Inboxes are overflowing with information and it is more important now than ever to ensure that change communications get noticed and acted upon.
Ensure Employees Feel Healthy and Safe
As the pandemic unfolds, every business is working overtime to provide peace of mind to a newly-scattered workforce, which means pointing them to available programs on health and wellness is critical. Even as employees start returning to the office, there will continue to be questions about healthy practices in the workplace.
Keep Employees Productive and Aligned
Companies are still on the hook to achieve 2020 goals, even as they face an unpredictable future. Across every industry, there are significant adjustments taking place in a worker’s day-to-day environment. Organizations still need to connect teams and motivate them to stay focused on business outcomes, in spite of the challenges this pandemic poses.
Break Through the Noise
Even without a global pandemic, making sure that urgent messages and updates get through to employees has always been a challenge. Today’s workforce is utterly overwhelmed by the sheer volume of emails they receive, and organizations are struggling to find a communication balance with frequent changes to policies and processes still ongoing. Especially now, it’s critical to get the right message, to the right people at the right time.
When a crisis hits, employees look to their organizational leaders as a trusted source of information that they can rely on, to protect themselves and stay informed.
Here are some best practices from GuideSpark CEO, Keith Kitani, for communicating about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) with your teams.
How Leaders Can Support Employee Mental Health: An Interview with Colleen Blake, SVP of People
Employees are asking many questions about where to find resources and what benefits or programs are available to them. It’s important to ensure that your employees are feeling healthy and safe. To help you and your employees, we’ve put together the following guide which leverages both our existing GuideSpark Communicate Journey™ content, as well as external resources and articles that we’ve found useful.
Connect Your Enterprise
Driving initiatives during times of change and cutting through the communication clutter can be difficult. We want to help.
The best way to do that is to provide you with easily implemented solutions that will alleviate the new employee communication issues that you are now facing. To that end, we are providing free access to our software platform and special offers on communicate journeys.
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