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Friction exists at a number of levels between people and roles making it harder to align staff to strategy and keep employees engaged. Internal communications removes the Friction.

Friction exists at a number of levels between people and roles making it harder to align staff to strategy and keep employees engaged. Internal communications removes the Friction.

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  • Friction inInternal Communications
  • Causes ofFRICTION ININTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS
  • Friction is DEFINED as ANYTHING THAT PREVENTS Complete Understanding between parties.
  • Friction exists at a number of levelsbetween people and roles …making it harder toalign staff to strategy and keep employees engaged
  • Effective Internal CommunicationsReduces Friction caused by……..
  • MULTIPLEShifts, or operating locations, or countries
  • Global-Local balance Having to communicate Global strategy while also being Locally relevant
  • New Leadership or New Ownership
  • INTEGRATING AFTER A MERGER OR ACQUISITION
  • Employeeturnover/retentionIs a problem
  • New Employee onboarding is needed to quickly Engage
  • Accountabilityis Lacking
  • Company is in a rapid growth mode
  • Rebuilding Trust in aPost-recession recovery
  • Knowledge silos Exist
  • Lack of transparency
  • Contact PDP to help improve internal communication Remove the friction www.pdpsolutions.com