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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 employe...
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
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Friction in internal communications

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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.

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Friction in internal communications

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

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