Many businesses tend to focus on communications with customers, forgetting that the systems of communication within the company itself also need attention and continuous maintenance. With more employees working from home, digital communication tools are a critical component to keeping employees connected, but relying on these tools alone won’t help internal communication much.
It’s on leaders to devise a thorough internal communications strategy, and one added benefit is that it has the potential to drastically increase productivity and employee engagement. Leaders, however, must be careful to implement a communications system that will actually work well with their employees. To help, 12 Forbes Business Council members share recommendations for business leaders interested in improving their organization’s current internal communications strategy.
CEO, public speaker, author, podcast host, and thought leader… in every one of these roles, Jaime Taets helps people reach their potential. She isn’t afraid to have “get real” conversations about the things that often limit people from achieving success. Harnessing her own leadership experiences, she inspires frank and sometimes challenging discussions about the crossroads between high-performance and healthy change. Ultimately, her solution-focused insights help people go from stuck to success every day — at work, home, and in their personal lives. Jaime is CEO of Keystone International Group, host of “Superpower Success Podcast,” and a keynote speaker. She, her husband, and their four children live in Minnesota.