Ideally, the function of Communications helps employees navigate an ever-growing onslaught of information so they can perform their jobs well. That's no easy feat. Rapidly evolving culture and technology mean that Communications (big "C" and little "c") may need more frequent tune-ups.
Below are five signs relevant for all leaders and managers that your team's or organization's communications warrants an investment. If these signs are familiar, see how a custom Communication Audit & Refresh can rejuvenate everything from content to tools, processes and policies.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A well-traveled guide in a diverse array of organizational cultures, Emily Porter has a distinct POV marked by large doses of realism, empathy and outright humor. She has lived and worked in DC, NYC, Boston, Richmond, VA, Minneapolis and now Portland, OR.