Remotely interested: Communicating with remote workers in a public service world
Sheffield, Friday 27 September
South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue, 197 Eyre Street, Sheffield, S1 3FG
How do you communicate with remote workers or non-desk based employees? What are the solutions to one of the biggest engagement conundrums to crack? What do staff and managers need from their comms team?
This timely LG Comms workshop in Sheffield on Friday 27 September seeks to answer all of those questions.
Grounded in research, the event will kick off with an overview of brand new research into remote worker communication. Published earlier this year, ‘Remotely Interested’ debunks some common myths about which channels work and what staff want.
The workshop will then offer practical case studies from across the public sector- including councils and emergency services- on some of the innovative solutions teams have deployed to tackle this issue within their own organisations.
How to book your space
This event is free to members of LGcomms and available to non-members at a cost of £175 + VAT
To reserve your space, contact email@example.com
If you would like your organisation to become a member of LGcomms, and have access to more free-to-member and reduced-rate workshops and seminars designed specifically with public service communications professionals in mind, click here to find out more.
10am: Arrival and welcome
10.15am: Remotely interested: new research into communicating with remote staff explained
11.15am: Culturally speaking: the role of comms in redefining your organisation’s culture
11.45am: Our Story: why a strong corporate narrative lies at the heart of good internal comms
12.15pm: Panel Q&A
12.30pm: Lunch (please note that lunch is not provided)
1.30pm: Fire flash: using video news to engage remote workers
2pm: Casting the net: can audio be used to cut through to staff?
2.30pm: Blurred Lines: employee content on an external website and the difference it makes
3pm: Group discussion: what is the future of public sector internal comms in the future?