We are beyond excited to be a launch partner for Workplace by Facebook. As we’ve built toward this announcement, we’ve enjoyed deploying Workplace internally here at SADA. Our CEO, Tony Safoian, has been especially excited about our new platform, sharing videos from his recent travels, stories about our existing partners, and weighing to congratulate our project updates. We’ve found Workplace to be quite helpful at facilitating these types of top-down and bottom-up communications so far. Here are some more ways CEOs can use Workplace by Facebook to build stronger relationships with their teams.
Share your Vision
You can keep teams aligned and focused by using a Company Announcements group to share company news and priorities. Get visibility into the collective knowledge of the workforce and how they are aligned with your vision.
Get Instant Feedback
Immediately see who’s read what you post. Get to know your employees better and see how what you post resonates with them. Use Work Chat for real-time messaging and calls to get instant answers from your team.
Show employees you’re listening and value their input. “Like” and weigh in on their posts and comments. Mention employees or groups and your post will appear on their News Feed and be shared with their connections.
Understand Company Pulse
Join groups and follow your management team and employees. Your News Feed surfaces posts from the people you follow and the groups you belong to. Start a “Weekly Pulse” group to share video messages, best practice thinking and strong ideas from your employees.
Lead with Personal Insights
Host live Q&A events where employees can ask questions in real time. Share inspiring thought leadership articles and comment on how they relate to your company, culture and industry. Encourage discussions and feedback on new ideas and critical issues.
Facebook Workplace is mobile. Post photos of store locations or office videos from wherever you are. Give employees a chance to build a relationship with you by sharing unscripted moments.