Essential tips to unlock the strategic value of internal comms teams


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Internal communicators are battling to keep their seat at the table in a post-COVID world. Proving the strategic value of our work has never been more important.

Join industry expert Carolyn Clark, VP, Employee Experience Strategy at Simpplr, for a fun and insightful webinar on three essential strategies to ensure comms teams are noticed and funded.

You’ll learn insights to:

  • Forward business goals and performance by aligning your communication strategy directly with business objectives
  • Shepherd employees through change with a strategy that navigates transitions with precision and empowers your workforce
  • Create the ultimate EX trifecta by fostering partnership with HR and IT for more impact

Sign up today and see how Simpplr can transform how your people work.

About the Presenter


Carolyn Clark

Vice President, Employee Experience Strategy, Simpplr

Carolyn Clark is the Vice President of Employee Experience Strategy & Transformation of Simpplr, an employee experience platform. A seasoned leader, with deep roots in employee communications and employee experience, Carolyn joined to help Simpplr elevate the employee experience by driving innovation and reimagining how employee communication is delivered in today’s world.

Throughout her career, Clark has intentionally diversified her experience to all facets of communication. From producing broadcast news to consumer and product public relations, media relations and corporate communication. Before joining Simpplr, Clark led internal and HR communication at major tech companies including Yahoo, Oath (Verizon Media), Pandora, GoDaddy, and Opendoor. Clark has led countless transitions, navigated more crises than she can count, and shepherded thousands of employees through complex acquisitions and integrations. She has a passion for navigating difficult situations and an ability to drive employee experience strategy through complicated corporate issues.

Clark lives in North Carolina with her husband and energetic 9-year-old daughter.


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