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Measuring Internal Communications

Every day your colleagues are interacting with internal communications. They are reading emails, commenting on intranet posts, and showing up to meetings.

But what’s the result of those interactions? And how do employees truly feel about the state of internal communications in their workplace?

If you can’t answer these questions you aren’t alone. The good news is that we make it easy via this webinar and downloadable guide.

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Measuring internal communications doesn't need to be cumbersome

With so many communications distributed through a smattering of channels, it can feel overwhelming to measure their effectiveness. By identifying appropriate metrics that align with your channels, you can ensure you're measuring the right things.

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Don't forget about including employee exit interviews in your analysis

Internal communications is critical to engaging employees and driving culture—both of which are linked to job satisfaction. With many companies experiencing turnover, it's important to review exit interviews to explore if communications played a role.

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Download the Guide to Measuring Internal Communications

In this valuable guide, we take a look at typical organizational interactions with internal communications, help you asses the impact of interactions, and explore how employees truly feel about the state of internal communications in their workplace.

Short on time but high on interest?

All of our webinar slides are available for download in PDF format, so if you don’t have time to watch the entire webinar, you can still view the deck.

Download the deck

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Questions

If you have a question that was not answered in the webinar, or if you just have a general question relating to intranets, feel free to send us a message.

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