Forethoughts – Initiativitis (and other employee engagement stories)

We’ve worked alongside some of the greatest marketing and communications professionals around. Together with them and their teams, we’ve helped to develop and deliver a wide range of successful employee engagement communication campaigns.

In this first episode of ‘Forethoughts’, we share some of our first-hand experiences of employee engagement. Our Directors Steve Gill and Keith Noble share some of our internal communications experience, shed light on the common challenges people have faced and give you insights into the best ways we’ve seen for businesses to engage with their employees.

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