[Live Discussion] Adapting Employee Collaboration & Communications in a Remote World
As more companies have been forced to consider (and implement) remote work due to Covid-19, the importance of building strong employee collaboration and communications has become a massive priority.
Yet, how can organizations better navigate this changing world?
Register for our live discussion with: Sky Calibey, co-founder of Nifty and Ethan McCarty, founder and CEO of Integral.
You'll learn more about navigating communications in a remote culture, how to better enable collaboration at your organization, and more.
Date: December 9th, 2020 Time: 1:00 PM EST
- The challenges of collaboration and comms in remote work
- Navigating these changes and how organizations can improve efforts
- What organizations should do to boost collaboration efforts
- Tools that are making workplace collaboration easier
- Questions or thoughts from the audience
Seats Are Limited!
If you can’t attend the live discussion, register anyway to get the recording.
Nifty is a project management, collaboration, and communication hub that empowers your remote team’s daily activities through automated reporting and scalable insights. Nifty is a favorite amongst product, marketing, development, and client facing teams, and was awarded Software Advice’s #1 Workflow Tool of 2020 as well as G2’s #1 Easiest to use Project Management solution.
Integral is an employee activation agency. Their job is to work with you as your partner and champion in bringing the best ideas to life within your organization. The agency will help you navigate the ever-changing employee communications, digital transformation, and help organizations build a work cultural plan.
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