Companies must be fast: they are forced to recognize technical innovations, to keep an eye on the market, to react to the competition, and to manage their strategies. Companies are therefore constantly changing. The employees must be correspondingly flexible. This flexibility is often affected by major cuts, for example, in the case of company takeovers, restructuring, and changes of location. These situations demand high flexibility and loyalty from employees.
Internal communication plays an important role here. There is a need for viable concepts in order to accommodate all participants involved in this process. If actions or decisions are simply announced "from above,” uncertainty, irritation, and conflict are likely to occur. We help you to foster commitment and trust and to ensure a working communication with your employees. For this purpose, states of mind, hierarchies, and personal preferences are analyzed and interest groups are integrated.
Internal communication should be largely strategic. How do you synchronize internal communication with corporate objectives?
50 percent of employees are dissatisfied with their company's internal communication. 10 percent of the employees talk to their immediate ...
Crises in internal communication arise whenever there is a lack of clear and open discussion about problems, or worse: problems are even ...