Internal communication is an overlooked part of the corporate communication and direct management of the company. It is true that the majority of companies nowadays have a special department of internal communication. By the same token it holds true that it is not enough to have a special department in order to make internal communication really begin to play its key role.
- Despite the ever growing number of communication opportunities and channels, the awareness of workers stagnates. This is caused by information overload, the uncontrolled introduction of new channels, and failing to determine priorities and target groups
- Our DDTest of information capacity allows us, without costly research and analyses, to determine which channels actually fulfil their communication function and readjust them so that the right information flow to the right target groups.
- The greatest problems and challenges of internal communication include the ability to influence the behaviour of employees in accordance with company values and the desired corporate culture. The values remain a proclamation, corporate culture on paper.
- Our Employee Engagement System looks for intersections between the needs of the owner, management and employees. It actively involves target groups of employees and management in the interpretation of values and their introduction into the cultural practices of the company.
- We also successfully utilise the Employee Engagement System in introducing a new corporate strategy, change management, motivating employees on all levels to greater performance.
- On the basis of the communication audit we can set up the organization of the client's communication and create a process model of its operation, prepare a communication strategy and an effective combination of communication channels.
- We realize the creation of turnkey corporate magazines, online newsletters, and intranet portals for our clients.
- It is our goal to eliminate the difference in approach between an internal and external client. Corporate culture is understood on the outside as a reflection of the culture that exists within the firm. Internal communication is the very key to its formation.