Planning for wildfires helps ensure your business continuity during a critical event and resiliency during recovery.
This article will assist you with a critical part of your hurricane response plan: creating a messaging strategy using best practices.
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Reading this article will help you develop a list of potential scenarios your organization will experience when restarting operations, while providing proactive steps you can take.
While focused on spiritual matters, churches, synagogues, kingdomhalls, mosques, and other places of worship are very much in this world.And vulnerable to violence.
In this article, we discuss the four best practices for your employee communication plan, including Delivering consistent, on-brand communication. Creating trust and maintain honestyin communication. Knowing your audience. Investing in mass messaging software
Many communities of faith today are struggling with member growth and engagement. If you’re looking for new ideas to reach current and prospective members, this webinar is for you. Produced by two leading church technology partners, the webinar discusses ways that many churches have found to be pivotal in reaching today’s busy congregants including: Mass […]
Communicating with residents while managing the day-to-day is a big task. Sometimes communication can fall by the wayside or miss its target due to returned emails, trashed or blown away door hangers, or missed in-person visits.
For today’s forward-thinking enterprises. It’s an opportunity to effectively and inexpensively communicate with customers in a way that gets their attention. But while it’s simple in concept, the execution is not. In order to truly harness the power of SMS, you need the right strategies in place.
What you need to know about winter weather communications. Your organization closes due to inclement weather (or it should be closed). Your employees may not be aware about the facility closure, so they go to work anyway. On the way in, one of your employees gets in an accident. Are you and your company liable […]