Let’s talk about INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS 📣
At Guru, we define internal communications as the practice of keeping employees connected, informed, and engaged by creating a shared understanding of company goals, values, and ongoing projects.
By early May 2020, 73% of American professionals were feeling burned-out, citing: no separation between work and home, unmanageable workloads, and worries over job security. Burnt out employees are likely to become disengaged workers, who cost their employers 34% of their annual salary.
With employee engagement, company culture, and actual revenue on the line, leaders understand that mitigating these risks is paramount to distributed work success.
A clear internal communication strategy and process that allows employees to consume knowledge at the right time, in the right place, in the right format is the key to a successful distributed workforce.
… And that's where Guru can help ✨
Guru provides readily accessible⚡️, up-to-date information ✅ for teams to operate confidently in a remote world 🌎, without needing to tap SMEs.
So, we have 2 questions for you 🤔 ….
How have you leveraged Guru to improve your company’s internal communications?
How are you measuring successful internal communications today?
Bumping this discussion back up, would love to hear some examples from other folks, as we regularly get questions about common internal communications use cases (especially examples of knowledge that needs to be broadly shared at the company, not solely position or department specific knowledge). A few use cases I’ve heard about recently:
Tagging in a few internal comms. pros, would love to hear any examples and insights you’re able to share
@Nina Frank, @Rachel Wiggins, @Michael Castillo, @Hannah Warren!