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Advanced Learning Institute to Host the 6th Annual Strategic Interna Communications Conference on January 29-31, 2018 in San Francisco

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Advanced Learning Institute to Host the 6th Annual Strategic Interna Communications Conference on January 29-31, 2018 in San Francisco

Advanced Learning Institute will host the 6th Annual Strategic Internal Communications Conference, January 29-31 in San Francisco. The conference is designed to help you utilize emerging tools and trends to increase employee engagement, foster collaboration, and create a productive workforce that delivers results. Discover actionable tools and breakthrough strategies to help you forge stronger employee engagement and drive culture change.

Key Topics to be Discussed:

  • Use internal communications as a lever for better business performance
  • Utilize social tools to ignite and accelerate the adoption of new behaviors
  • Leverage emerging technologies and social media to break down silos and increase two-way communications
  • Engage your organization in the essence of your brand purpose and promise
  • Develop cost-effective video content for multiple distribution channels to inspire and engage employees

Key Speakers Include:

  • Pamela Lamarre, Director, Employee Communications, Salesforce
  • Brandon Daniels, Internal Communications Strategist, Terminal, Transport & Rail, Marathon Petroleum Company LP
  • Tanya A. Navalta, Associate Director, Internal Communications & Engagement, Spurs Sports & Entertainment
  • Heather Cunningham, Director, Internal Communications, Northwestern Medicine

 For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/2LJyGqqor you can contact Amanda Pink at amandap@aliconferences.com.

 

Advanced Learning Institute is focused on helping executives build strong personal relationships, expand their business knowledge of cutting-edge trends, and find proven solutions to a wide-range of business problems.