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Troubleshooting

Leadership communications

Purpose of Story πŸ€”

To provide an opportunity for your colleagues to ask questions, challenge decisions and have a direct dialogue with leadership.

This format is particularly effective during times of change to help open a dialogue and enable bottom-up communication. It is also a great way to keep the conversation going following an event like a town hall.

Setting the Story up ✍️

1. Story title

This should be a clear, easy-to-understand summary of the Story.

Story title - Leadership communications
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2. Story introduction video

What’s more authentic than a video message to contributors explaining what they need to do? This is the time to really hammer home what the purpose of the Story is, and get the contributors excited to be a part of it.

Story introduction video - Leadership communications

Intro video

Video introductions allow for a more personal touch to a Story, and put contributors at ease. Lead by example and explain how they should participate!

3. Story introduction

Contributors are more likely to take part in a Story if the introduction is simple, with a clear instruction as to what they need to do, and how the footage is going to be used.

Story introduction - Leadership communications

Thank you so much for joining this Seenit story! This is your opportunity to have your most burning questions answered by Emily and Victoria!

Ask anything you like from business to personal and have fun with it!

Deadline for submission is EOD Thursday. Thank you thank you !!!! πŸ‘

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Getting contributions βœ…

Here's what the story creator, Roxane, had to say:

  1. I sent individual messages to remind people to contribute but the real challenge was getting Emily and V to find time to contribute amongst their busy schedules.
  2. All the questions were in, but I had to wait a while to get the answers - it took a bit of chasing. Next time I might utilise the weight of other team members to apply light pressure, or brief Emily and V more thoroughly.

The Final Video 🎬

Check out the final piece below. πŸ‘‡

Final video - Leadership communications

Final video

The video was shared via internal channels. All collected content brought to light some really important topics for Seenit as a business including how we communicate, employee wellbeing and what challenges we'll be facing in the future. On top of this, the video shows a really human side to the Seenit leadership team with videos featuring family, home routine and even cooking habits!

We rarely have the opportunity to see this side of leadership and so this video helped to make employees feel listened-to while encouraging a more transparent, communicative and collaborative culture at the business.

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