Corporate communications is key to transforming an organization from an ordinary workplace into a great one. Find out how at one of our highest-rated conferences.
Posted: August 20, 2014
Discover how you can strengthen your corporate communication and use it to transform your organization at one of our highest-rated conferences, “The Role of Communications in Creating Best Places to Work.”
The conference will take place at SAS headquarters in Cary, North Carolina, from Nov. 3-5.
Here’s a small glimpse of what’s in store:
Annie Burt, manager for institutional communication at Mayo Clinic, will show you:
- How Mayo Clinic measures internal communications.
- How to use qualitative data successfully.
- How to organize the data and metrics you collect in a way that will engage and interest executives.
Christy Mommsen, director of recruitment marketing and the talent brand for American Express, will explain:
- How American Express successfully launched a mobile careers site.
- How mobile can complement your social media strategy.
- How to create and launch segmented mobile campaigns.
Kirsten Hamstra, global social media manager for SAS, and Alli Soule, senior associate social media specialist at SAS, will describe:
- How SAS got employees comfortable, consistent and considerate on social media.
- How to build a global social media education program.
- How to use employee voices to land major PR coverage.
You’ll also hear from these industry experts, among many others:
- China Gorman, CEO of Great Place to Work.
- Dr. Jim Goodnight, co-founder and CEO of SAS.
- Jessica Arnold, manager of HR communications at Discovery Communications.
- Diana Kowalsky, manager of internal communications at REI.
- Chris Olson, assistant vice president of corporate communications at USAA.
You can’t afford to miss this conference.
And you’ll save $ 300 on your registration if you sign up before Friday, Aug. 22, at midnight.
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