Conference alert: How communications can turn your company into a great place to work


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.

By Ragan Staff | Posted: August 20, 2014

Many studies report that a strong company culture and employee engagement are critical to creating a great place to work. Strong communication is the key to achieving both.

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.

Learn more about the conference.

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.

See the full agenda.

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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