Webinars & Podcasts

How to Get Employee Attention When Everyone’s So Busy

Type: Webinars
Topic: Employee Communication
By Khyla Flores
1 June 2017

Recorded 1 June 2017

The workplace today is both exciting and terrifying. Never before has there been so much information coming our way. Never before has there been so much pointless distraction. Which means Internal Communicators must carefully juggle how to get important information out to staff – without overloading or annoying them.

In this refreshing session hosted by, Philip Nunn, GM of SnapComms, and Rob Drasin, President of Trident Communications, we’re given a comprehensive overview on how to get the right message, to the right people, at the right time. They’ll walk us through the best communication tactics for different scenarios. From how to change employee behavior quickly–like the hot topic of educating staff about cyber security, to when to flood all channels when an urgent situation arises.

They’ll share their insights on the optimal ways to reach five generations of workers–both on and offline. This session is perfect for IC veterans to newcomers.


Presenter/Philip Nunn,
is general manager of SnapComms, a global leader in employee communication software. In this role, he leads an international team of internal communication experts who specialize in helping major organizations meet the increasingly complex challenge of effective employee communication. Originally from the U.K., and now based in New Zealand, Nunn has a background in product innovation, business development and customer service–an ideal blend for understanding and resolving the multi-faceted challenges of employee engagement today.


Presenter/Rob Drasin,
 is president of internal communications agency Trident Communications, LLC. Drasin brings broad internal, corporate and B2B experience to the panel. Innovation has been the hallmark of his career and he has co-founded several online and traditional communications companies. Drasin has also served two terms as president of the New York chapter of IABC and as a board member for the past nine years. He has been quoted in the New York Times, WSJ, CEO and Mediapost on business communication and also contributes to the community as a panelist and speaker at industry events.

 

Khyla Flores Khyla Flores is associate editor for IABC’s content department.

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