Levenfeld Pearlstein was recognized in an Inc. article about internal media hubs.
According to an article published by Inc., communicating purpose shouldn’t be reserved just for external communications. In fact, when it comes to purpose, Inc. argues that your most important audience is actually your employees. Internal communications tools like emails, private intranets and even onboarding training can all communicate purpose, but one challenge with all of these tools is that they don't sustain ongoing engagement.
Levenfeld Pearlstein’s Info Hub (the platform in which this article was posted) is used to disseminate news and information about what the firm and its partners are doing including: speaking engagements, real time information about clients, charitable commitments, recognition of attorneys and other employees and niche services areas they excel in individually and as a firm. The site supports the firm's mission of providing unparalleled client experience by also providing a place to aggregate legal updates and information about educational events all in one place.
"We place equal importance on reaching all of our key stakeholders - clients, the public, and internal audiences," says Andrea Maciejewski, Levenfeld Pearlstein's Marketing Director of Client Development.
"Internal communications is frequently overlooked, and that's a critical mistake, because well-informed internal audiences are more productive and can be an organization's best brand ambassadors. Our internal hub allows us to engage employees by promoting their activities and wins, and delivers an efficient means of information sharing and trust building. When your tribe trust management and each other they are far more productive - arming them with information allows them to serve better, sell better and be most engaged."
To read the full article, please visit Inc.com