Announcing the 2019 Winners of The ECE Awards by Dynamic Signal
We’re absolutely thrilled to announce the 2019 Winners of The ECE Awards by Dynamic Signal!
The awards, which celebrate the best achievements in Employee Communication and Engagement of the past year, were recently presented in San Francisco at Summit by Dynamic Signal… And if you missed it, keep an eye on our blog for recaps, videos, and highlights from #DySiSummit.
The ECE Awards by Dynamic Signal recognize companies in ten categories and received nearly 100 submissions from leading organizations around the world. Details on the finalists and the awards descriptions can be found on The ECE Awards by Dynamic Signal website. But here’s what you really want to know!
The 2019 ECE Award Winners:
- Best Communication Evolution – Bosch
- Best Small Employee Communication and Engagement Program – Cumberland Farms
- Best Medium Employee Communication and Engagement Program – Mercer
- Best Large Employee Communication and Engagement Program – UPS
- Best Newsletter Series – Nestlé Purina
- Best Use of Data – Deloitte
- Best Use of Video – WSP
- Communicator of the Year – Michelle Grant, Sutter Health
- DySi Choice – IBM
- Rookie Communication Program of the Year – 3M
The ECE Awards by Dynamic Signal winners were selected by highly respected industry leaders and innovators: Ethan McCarty, CEO, Integral Communications Group; Rebecca Shaffer, Head of Business Development and Operations, Ragan Consulting Group; Elisabeth Wang, Executive Director, Communications and Public Relations, Piedmont Healthcare and PRSA Employee Communications Section, Immediate Past Chair; and Brad Whitworth, IABC Fellow and Senior Communications Manager, Hitachi Vantara.
“We’re thrilled to honor these incredible companies for their award-winning work across every avenue of employee communication, engagement, content creation, and advocacy. Forward-thinking companies recognize the critical role of Employee Communication and Engagement in everything from increasing productivity and creating alignment, to disseminating culture, recruiting top talent, and keeping customers happy,” said Jim Larrison, Dynamic Signal Chief Customer Officer and Co-Founder. “Positive business outcomes are directly tied to how well a company can connect, engage, and empower their employees. We’re proud that The ECE Awards by Dynamic Signal can highlight the achievements of innovative leaders who are shaping the future of work.”
“Senior leaders around the globe are recognizing the need to improve the ways they communicate with their workforces,” ECE Award judge, Brad Whitworth shared. “The entries in Dynamic Signal’s ECE Awards all told compelling success stories of how companies are putting technology to work to reach and engage employees in creative and effective ways. What truly impressed me was the entrants’ use of real-world data to prove their business impact.”
How are you thinking about your own (measurable) initiatives around employee communication, engagement, and advocacy? Will you have an award-winning program at next year’s #ECEAwards? Tweet at us and let us know.