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      • Change Management Communication Best Practices
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        Change Management Communication Best Practices

        Initiatives that involve big changes—such as reorganizations or cost reduction efforts—need to be communicated effectively to ensure a smooth transition. Using change management communication best practices, we’ll create a...

      • Employee Communication Standards, Guidelines & Best Practices
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        Employee Communication Standards, Guidelines & Best Practices

        How do you ensure that your employee communication channels consistently follow best practices? Davis & Company develops internal communication standards and guidelines that establish the rules for content when to use which channel, visual...

      • Communicating Retirement Plan to Employees
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        Communicating Retirement Plan to Employees

        When thinking ahead to retirement, employees need help making good investment decisions. At Davis & Company, we create retirement plan communication that shows employees the value of 401(k)s, IRAs and other pension plans, and encourages them to...

      • Communicating Compensation to Employees
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        Communicating Compensation to Employees

        Compensation is complicated. From bonus programs to incentive compensation to stock options, pay can be difficult to explain. Davis & Company creates compensation communication to help employees see the value of their plans and to prepare...

      • HR Communication Plan, Strategies & Tools for Employee Communications
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        HR Communication Plan, Strategies & Tools for Employee Communications

        Effective HR communication helps employees understand how to make the most of their benefits, compensation, policies, and programs. Davis & Company develops HR communication strategies geared toward employees’ needs.

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            Most change management communication is fact-driven. But facts alone aren’t enough to persuade or motivate employees to change. Check out this article to learn one of the key elements needed to engage employees in any important issue or change.

            To Engage Employees in Change, Don't Emphasize the Facts--Do This Instead

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            Put down the statistics and develop a message that's focused on employees' needs.

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                Every year your company communicates about benefits but, too often, you only focus on the negative: cost increases and takeaways. When communicating benefits changes to employees, try sharing the big picture. Employees care about their benefits, so use these tips to add some context to your communication.

                Explain the “why” behind benefits changes

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                Health care and other benefits are increasingly important to employees. However, benefits communication too often focuses on the negative: describing cost increases and takeaways. What you need to do differently is to provide context and make...

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                    Change is a constant in most organizations, which means it is more important than ever for leaders to be visible to employees. Here are five tips to ensure leaders take an active role in communicating change.

                    5 ways to help leaders communicate change

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                    Recently, I facilitated a Q&A session with a group of communicators about improving leader communication. Everyone in attendance that day was facing big change in their organization, from mergers to restructuring to new initiatives.

                    As you...

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                      During times of change, many employees struggle to understand the reasons behind the high-level decisions being made. Learn how you can use time-tested storytelling techniques to effectively communicate change to employees.

                      To Communicate Change, Look to the History of Storytelling

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                      If you could travel back to 15,000 BCE, you might expect to find our ancestors preoccupied with the basic necessities: hunting, gathering, building shelters and trying not to get eaten by…

                    • Whether you’re introducing new technology or managing an integration, you know what can happen: Senior leaders charge ahead while employees get left behind. Our new e-book—Change communication made easy—provides you with strategies to ensure employees keep up with big change and engage in new behaviors.

                      Change communication made easy: How to help employees embrace change

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                      Even if senior leaders have all the facts about why your company needs a change, employees aren’t always on board. The answer: a well-thought-out change communication plan that addresses employee questions and concerns. Our e-book walks you through...

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                          Let’s be honest: HR policies can be dry, complex and tiring to read. However, with a little imagination you can use corporate storytelling to create a personal, emotional experience so employees enjoy reading your HR content.

                        • Does the company newsletter you designed to have fewer readers than you expect? Here at Davis & Company we specialize in internal communication measurement and have noticed some trends over our many years of conducting employee focus groups. Use the feedback we’ve seen to provide yourself with a handful of actionable employee newsletter ideas that are sure to increase your readership.

                          5 ways to improve internal newsletters

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                          You spend countless hours creating content for your employee newsletter, but readership is lower than you’d like it to be. How can you make improvements that will encourage greater engagement?

                          Make changes to your publication based on...

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                            Make no mistake about it, employees are busy. So, when they have time to keep up with internal communication, it’s important for communicators to create an engaging, user-friendly experience that employees can easily digest. Alison Davis shares five ways to simplify your content and build a clear, concise message to employees.

                            Looking for a Compelling Way to Communicate? It's Just This Simple

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                            Your audience members don't want to work hard. Here's how to make communication easy and appealing.

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                                2019 is the year to reinvent your town hall meetings. Ditch the boring information dump format and learn how to use corporate storytelling, audience interaction and other techniques to craft an engaging experience for employees. Internal communication virtuoso Alison Davis shares 19 ways to rock your upcoming town halls.

                                19 Ways to Make Employee Town Halls More Engaging in 2019

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                                You can do it! Transform your town halls from blah to brilliant.

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                                    When you hear the term “elevator speech,” do you think of effective communication in change management? An elevator speech is precise and to the point, which is exactly how managers and leaders should explain organizational change to their teams. Follow these three tips for creating an effective elevator speech that focuses on the information the employees really need to know.

                                    How elevator speeches help managers talk about change

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                                    For some, the term “elevator speech” may bring up thoughts of pushy salespeople making their pitch.

                                    In fact, an elevator speech can be a useful tool to help leaders and managers explain organizational change or other issues to their teams. An...

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                                        Won’t eat kale despite how many times you’ve heard about its health benefits? Well, fact-driven change messages can have the same effect: No matter how well you prove the benefits, employees aren’t motivated to embrace change. Luckily, Davis & Company has some strategies for implementing change in the workforce that will help you craft emotional messages that employees can’t ignore!

                                        Use this formula to craft effective change messages

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                                        Most change communication messages share the same flaw: They’re 99% fact-driven. Messages typically go like this: “We’re X% behind our competition,” or “We’ll save $X if we change this process.” While employees don’t disagree with data, facts...

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                                            Managers care about their employees and want to provide support, especially during periods of organizational change. But how can managers address questions and concerns without understanding the details? These three tactics will build help build knowledge and confidence when managers are communicating change to employees.

                                            3 ways to get managers communicating during change

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                                            Engage managers in times of change. How to tap into your best communication resources.

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                                                Is that upcoming organizational announcement worth your time, effort and money? Employee communication guru Alison Davis doesn’t think so. Read this article to find out why you need to rethink the way your company communicates internal news.

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                                                    Are you meeting your employee communication goals? If you want to be sure, include objectives in your internal communication plan that can be measured through surveys and web analytics. Davis & Company offers three tips to strengthen your employee communication measurement strategy by transforming your objectives from vague to measurable.

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                                                        Do you routinely measure employee communication? If not, you’re missing an important opportunity to demonstrate the effectiveness of your internal communication channels, such as town halls, newsletters, and the intranet. Davis & Company CEO Alison Davis offers 15 reasons to make measurement a priority.

                                                        16 Essential Reasons to Measure Employee Communication

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