The 2019 Intranet Webcast

Improve your employee portal by creating better content, integrating social media and working closely with your tech team

Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Noon-3:30 p.m. Central time


Presented by:   Ragan Training

Has your intranet seen better days? Discover how to send engagement and satisfaction skyrocketing during this exciting webcast. Our experts will show you how to think like a journalist to tell more compelling stories, gain a deeper understanding of the technology behind your intranet and put employee interaction at the center of your strategy.

Ragan Training webcasts are comprised of the best sessions from previous live and virtual events.

You'll learn how to:

  • Use existing data, surveys and interviews to find and write more compelling stories
  • Ask the right questions of your IT team and tech vendors—and better understand their processes
  • Break down silos with your intranet and get leaders and employees conversing with each other
  • Create content that puts employees in the spotlight while reinforcing brand values 

Don't miss this unique opportunity!

Price: $395     Insider Price: $295

Join this Ragan Training webcast and get the practical strategies and tactics you need to see your intranet flourish in 2019.




Kyle Pearson

Director, colleague communicationsAmerican Express

Kyle Pearson is director of colleague communications at American Express, where he manages the company's digital communications platforms, including a social intranet built on Jive, a mobile news and message amplification app built on SocialChorus and a digital slide system. Pearson ensures those platforms are running smoothly, delivering what Amex needs and, most importantly, providing stories that snag colleagues' attention. Prior to American Express, Pearson led the editorial strategy for the intranet at the largest division of the Federal Aviation Administration, where he delivered key messages to air traffic controllers and equipment technicians, helping to build trust among a workforce long skeptical of management.

Natasha Rivera

Information systems manager, enterprise collaborationFerguson Technology

Natasha Rivera, a PMP-certified project manager, serves as information systems manager, enterprise collaboration at Ferguson Technology. In addition to her diverse background in project management, strategic planning, communications, marketing and business analysis, Rivera also holds a bachelor's degree in information systems from Virginia Commonwealth University. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and attending live concerts.

Leanora Minai

Executive director, communicationsDuke University

Leanora Minai is executive director of communications for the Office of Communication Services at Duke University and editor of the employee print publication Working@Duke and Working@Duke on Duke Today, the daily online news site. Prior to joining Duke, Minai was a reporter for the St. Petersburg Times, now the Tampa Bay Times. Minai is always looking for a good story that can make a difference and effect positive change. She received a certificate in documentary arts from Duke's Center for Documentary Studies after producing a short film about mothers who support each other after losing a child to murder. Minai is currently pursuing a master's degree in liberal studies at Duke University.


Top reasons to attend this webcast

  • You'll hear from with leading intranet experts
  • You'll receive all presentations and handouts
  • You'll get access to an on-demand recording of the entire event for six months
  • You're guaranteed hands-on, how-to instruction and techniques you can use immediately

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