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The workforce is changing. Our organizations are more global, more employees work remotely and our co-workers span multiple distinct generations. To be the type of leader who inspires an organization to succeed, you need to push your communication boundaries to effectively communicate with the evolving workforce.

These changing dynamics create new challenges for leaders trying to remain connected to people in the business and help connect employees with the organization and each other. 

With a more mobile and remote workforce, leaders must utilize new tools and methods to reach their people where they are — and in a way that they are used to receiving information. Leaders can no longer rely on the traditional face-to-face Monday morning meeting, so new technologies and strategies must now be used.

Our own CEO Doug Butler talks more about the changing communications landscapes in an article by World at Work Magazine. Read the full PDF below:

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For even more tips on improving leadership communications, check out Doug's recent blog on new communications techniques.

Rachel Weeks

Rachel Weeks is the VP of U.S. Growth Marketing at Reward Gateway. When she's not spreading the word to HR professionals about the benefits of employee engagement solutions (which she loves doing!), she's spending time at her second job, driving her son to his sports and activities. Play ball!

VP of U.S. Growth Marketing

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