Open discussions between the leaders and employees of an organization are an excellent way to address concerns about, say, a looming budget crisis. Such a crisis — and the precepts of smart government — would dictate, however, that you don’t spend a fortune on travel, tech, and venue to have such a discussion.
Well, you don’t have to. Town hall meetings can be complicated, but with some smart planning, they can be cheap and (relatively) low-stress affairs. Read more on the Federal Communicators Network blog …
Part 2 of this post, coming tomorrow, will address:
- How does this thing work? – arranging logistics
- Is this thing on? – checking the venue, technology, and other arrangements
- Can you throw me a bone here? – ensuring success with actions before and after the event