COVID-19: Return and Recovery - The Data Driving U.S. Decisions and Response | Brunswick

COVID-19: Return and Recovery - The Data Driving U.S. Decisions and Response

During this webinar, we share the results of our weekly poll of 1,000 U.S. workers that is tracking perceptions of company actions and communications, as well as expectations for the future.

We highlight what the data means for companies and, more importantly, discuss how this data can inform employee communications, executive decision making, and approaches to re-opening. Understanding the perspectives of employees will be critical for businesses across all industries and sectors - watch today to inform your decision making. 

 

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Featured Speakers:

Rebekah Metts-Childers
Partner, Head of U.S. Employee Engagement
Chicago

Rebekah specializes in providing counsel to companies during times of change – connecting communications strategy and business strategy to drive results. Drawing on her 18 years of experience in corporate communications, Rebekah has a strong focus on strategy, M&A and employee communications. 

She has worked in the U.S. and London, with global experience across Europe and Asia.  Before joining Brunswick in 2018, Rebekah was a member of the leadership team at a strategy execution firm focused on transformation communications, leadership development, employee engagement and culture initiatives for Fortune 500 companies. 

Mara Riemer
Partner
Dallas

Mara brings over 15 years of market research, communications and branding experience across a wide range of sectors.She provides clients with data-driven advice in the areas of corporate reputation, brand and marketing strategy, employee engagement, and narrative development.

Prior to joining Brunswick in 2015, Mara was Global Head of Research and Brand Strategy at Las Vegas Sands where she built and led a cohesive international team and served as an internal advisor to global marketing, corporate communications, investor relations, human resources and development.

Hannah Page-Salisbury
Associate
Washington, D.C.

Hannah Page-Salisbury is an Associate at Brunswick Insight, where she specializes in designing research approaches for complex situations. She helps clients across sectors translate data into strategy, and has a particular interest in employee communications. Previous clients include McDonald’s, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the US Chamber of Commerce, and Blue Origin.

Prior to her four years at Brunswick, Hannah worked on a number of political campaigns before spending two years at a bipartisan lobbying firm in DC. She holds a BA from Middlebury College and previously served as the Communications Chair for the Government Affairs Industry Network.