Why COVID-19 has Changed Employee Comms; Facebook’s Tumultuous Week

Has your employee communications strategy effectively adapted over the past 18 months? If not, how can it improve moving forward? In the season four premiere of The Business Communicators, Houston Methodist Hospital’s Stefanie Asin and LyondellBasell’s Monica Silva join the podcast to share best practices and tips for communicating and engaging employees with compassion and transparency as we emerge in a post-COVID world.

Then, Austin, Hattie, and Thomas close the show by discussing the long-term implications of the Facebook outage, the importance of small businesses owning their own channels, and the allegations from whistleblower Frances Haugen.

Music Credit: Smoke (with Lostboycrow) – Feather 

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Published by Austin Staton

Travel Nerd | Baylor Grad | Comms Pro | Past President at IABC Houston | Founder of Cautious Coffee + The Business Communicators | #SeekDiscomfort

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