The Essential Role of Communicators in Fostering Wellbeing in the Digital Workplace
Nearly half of employees are experiencing burnout at work according to McKinsey (2021), with the real figure likely much higher. For hybrid employees working digitally, fears about poorer work-life balance and wellbeing as well as reduced community and collaboration are contributing to ’The Great Exhaustion’ at work.
Digital communicators and the modern tools available to them are increasingly critical to help support wellbeing among increasingly digital workforces. Realising the full potential of these tools and techniques requires an an elevated level of awareness, understanding and action to optimise digital channels and the information flowing through them, as well as fostering connection online.
Join Sean Winter, VP of Strategy at LumApps and Elizabeth Marsh, digital workplace consultant and digital wellbeing researcher for practical insights and discussion on how digital communicators can support employees to thrive in the digital workplace.
During this webinar you’ll learn:
- What is digital wellbeing and why does it matter for organisations.
- Ways in which smart, personalised digital experiences can reduce information overload and technostress.
- How communicators can help foster a mindfully and confidently digital workforce.
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LumApps aligns the modern enterprise workforce through better communication, engagement, organization and work. The company’s leading intranet and employee experience platform intelligently connect people, information and applications to deepen business relationships and grow institutional knowledge and productivity. Available across devices and languages, LumApps is an open, multi-tenant platform built for enterprise scale and flexibility. LumApps is counted on by over four million users spanning the world’s top enterprises, from Airbus to Zendesk. Learn more at www.lumapps.com.