In our modern world of technology and information, it comes as no surprise that there can be an abundance of clutter and information. While it may seem useful to provide as many details as possible, the reality is that doing so makes for largely unengaging and overwhelming content; less is more.
This phenomenon reaches deep into the media we produce and consume, but is most prominent in:
Here we will detail how you can cut down on clutter in each of the mentioned mediums to better engage your audience and specifically improve event turnout!
Social media is a great tool to market the external events your company offers to the public and to showcase photos from internal company events. Since social media is widely used by virtually everyone worldwide, here are some tips on how to make sure your posts don't get overlooked:
Email is a great channel to send out event marketing and communications to all employees for your internal company events. Since everyone's inbox is constantly flooded with new emails, here is how to be strategic in delivering the necessary information to your employees effectively:
Social media, emails and other internal communication channels are all methods commonly used to promote internal and external events. In event planning, it is important to apply the same principles of quality over quantity.
No matter the medium, there is value in clear and concise communication. Avoiding jargon, cutting unnecessary words and being direct with your message will better engage as well as retain your audience.
This calendar is a guide for you and your team to use as you plan meaningful, internal events and activities virtually for the month of April.
This calendar is a guide for you and your team to use as you plan meaningful, internal events and activities virtually for the month of March.