Oftentimes organizations get intranet buy-in from leadership, but they don’t receive true executive engagement. Leadership involvement is critical to the success of intranets because they set the organization’s culture and gives “permission” to employees to interact with one another. In other words, executives set the culture for the entire workforce. Whether we like it or not, executive engagement is critical to an intranet’s success.
But to get leadership truly involved and engaged, you need to build a compelling business case. In our most recent webinar with Spencer Stuart: Connecting our global firm through engaged leadership, Courtney Dobrow, VP of Communications shares her strategy and best practices on how to transform culture through engaged leadership.
Courtney walks us through her story of transforming the company culture with a modern intranet through strategic alignment, two-way communication, and knowledge-sharing. In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- Strategies to build a case for an intranet
- How Spencer Stuart aligned intranet initiatives with executive goals
- How they built a toolkit to get their leaders actively involved
- Best practices and ideas to connect global offices
Register and watch the on-demand webinar to learn how Spencer Stuart successfully connected 60+ offices through engaged leadership.