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Coronavirus and Remote Work: How to Maintain Business as Usual - Comment

With the Coronavirus forcing many employees to work from home, how is your company handling communication amongst your team?

Unfortunately email isn’t suited to providing timely information in a situation that is changing from moment to moment.

Email open rates are 23% and dropping, and many don’t get opened for several days. Simply put, you can’t rely on email to effectively reach your audience -- let alone engage with them time and time again.

Text messaging, on the other hand? It has a 98% open rate and is read within minutes.

That’s why many Engage by Cell clients have drastically increased their use of text messaging for internal communication.

Full content of this presentation slides:

1. Coronavirus and Remote Work: How to Maintain Business as Usual With Mobile
2. Dave Asheim Founder and CEO Engage by Cell Patty Ruland Senior Solutions Consultant Engage by Cell dave@engagebycell.com (415) 297-6677 Your speakers
3. ● Cloud-based ● 14 years in mobile ● Thousands of clients
4. What we hope to show today ● It’s time to over-communicate with everyone ● Since email not effective, try new methods
5. If you’ve ever considered mobile… now is the time
6. Benefits of mobile technology ● Immediate impact ● Set-up in minutes ● No IT ● People check phones constantly ● Text messages have 97% open rate (vs. email open rate of 23%)
7. Today’s messaging ● Email ● Phone ● Slack, Skype ● WhatsApp/WeChat ● Direct mail The missing piece is SMS
8. Send a text message with a link to your content
9. Text DEMO to 56512 CANADA Text ENGAGE to 393939 USA TRY IT
10. Easy to get started down the SMS path ● Build your SMS list ○ Upload a pre-existing Excel list ○ Ask people to text in to any list they like ○ Invite users to go to website and add their number - we give you the code ● Send a text message ○ ...to any list in 30 seconds ○ Or schedule for a particular date/time ● Ask users to reply and start a one-on-one conversation ○ Encourage them to text in questions or concerns
11. Four elements to maintain your productivity Communication Collaboration Accountability Inclusion
12. Communication
13. Communication challenges with remote workers ● Many never worked from home ● All physical communication with colleagues is gone ● Technical limitations (no company computer or email) ● Low engagement
14. Text messaging can help ● Text messages have a 97% open rate (vs. email open rate of 23%) ● Everyone can receive and send texts ● Converse via text with employees just like you do with friends and families
15. Texting can help you streamline your communication ● Push out alerts ● Schedule a sequence of texts ● One-on-one messaging via Text Chat ● Deliver links via a text
16. Segment lists ● Segment based on preferences to send personalized messages ● Users pick and choose what they want to receive
17. Alerts ● Send general company announcements ● Schedule reminders ● Push links to important documents
18. Sequencing ● Schedule by calendar date or sequence ● Use for drip communication
19. Two-way Text Chat ● Increase one-on-one engagement with each remote employee
20. Deliver links ● Link to your own site ● Link to any URL ● Link to a mobile training portal ● Link to a mobile benefits portal
21. Collaboration
22. What’s the biggest struggle with working remotely? Loneliness Collaborating/Communicating Distractions at home Staying motivated Finding Reliable WiFi Other (Source: State of Remote Work 2018, sample size: 1,900 freelancers and employees) 21% 21% 16% 13% 8% 7%
23. Challenges of collaborating with remote workers ● Communicating in real-time ● Sharing content ● Lack of physical connection for some people upsetting
24. Spark collaboration ● Create mobile portals of custom content ● Start conversations and share info on message boards with texts delivering links
25. Mobile web portal ● Create your own mobile web portal ● Store any information you’d like — benefits, training materials, schedules, alerts ● Employees opt-in and can access 24/7 through a clickable link
26. Message board ● Creates a community in the workplace, even when some (or all) workers are remote ● People need a place to vent, discuss, express concerns, and ask questions
27. Audio messages ● Daily message from managers ● Record messages to be sent out to all team members
28. Accountability
29. Challenges of remote worker accountability ● Tracking and measuring performance ● Miscommunication ● Lack of clarity and direction
30. Improve accountability with mobile ● Track employee progress through web portal — every click is tracked ● Instantly reach out via Text Chat ● Use a project management tool
31. Employee tracking ● Employee evaluations ● Training content consumption ● Reports show engagement by date, time
32. Leaderboard ● Make work experiences more competitive and fun ● Use as a project management tool — as employees finish objectives, they rack up a score ● Great for onboarding new hires
33. Inclusion
34. A Harvard study discovered some remote workers feel left out and shunned from their company
35. Challenges of creating a company culture with those that work from home ● Making sure remote workers feel included ● Keeping up with traditions ● Creating an open environment ● Difficult to pull this off when it’s new to you, and to your employees
36. Mobile as a way to recognize your employees ● Push out recognition messages for a job well done ● Celebrate birthdays/ anniversaries and successes with personalized MMS messages
37. Keep communication open with mobile technology ● Leverage a message board as a way to start conversations, share resources, and answer questions ● Streamline individual communication via Text Chat ● Over communicate using texting
38. Our Suggestions 1. Add a text message component (If you choose us we offer money back guarantee!) 2. Instantly your communication will improve 3. Track results through reports 4. Get employee feedback
39. Dave Asheim Founder and CEO Engage by Cell Patty Ruland Senior Solutions Consultant Engage by Cell dave@engagebycell.com (415) 297-6677 THANK YOU

Posted by :  peter88 Post date :  2020-03-25 14:36
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