Or, how decentralized communications can make your job easier and more effective.
When you teach your non-communications colleagues some tricks of the trade, they don’t come after your job. They collaborate with you, ask intelligent questions, offer hidden insights and ultimately, are proud of their higher quality and more effective outreach materials.
Using best practices in internal communications, learn how the Department of Family & Community Medicine at the University of Toronto established a collaborative, decentralized communications framework that measurably improved outreach to its 1,500-strong faculty audience of busy family doctors.
Participants will learn four easy ways to improve the quality of outreach from your non-communications colleagues while helping you build a decentralized communications structure.