The Grossman Group’s latest e-book shares the secrets of impactful internal communication in the complicated world of healthcare


CHICAGO, March 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — COVID-19 has pushed healthcare players to their limits, forcing them to work around the clock to stabilize patients, discover new therapies, support those without COVID and/or produce life-saving vaccines at turnaround speed. With the stakes, level of complexity and pace of work in healthcare only heightened by the pandemic, an already stressed workforce is turning to employers for clarity, direction, support and connectivity – meeting these critical employee needs starts with impactful internal communication.

In an e-book published this month, a prominent ChicagoLeadership-based leadership and communication consultancy – The Grossman Group – explains how better communication tailored to the unique needs of healthcare employees can bring real clarity about what their priorities should be, how their day-to-day work is tied to broader organizational strategy and the role that communication plays in employee engagement and culture building. The eBook also shares key steps to take when crafting a truly meaningful communications plan that meets both business results and employee needs.

e-book, Internal Communications as a Differentiator for Post-Pandemic Healthcaretalks about the challenges leaders face in today’s dynamic and digital environment of healthcare.

“While healthcare is always complex, there is an opportunity to break up the communication clutter and make exceptional communication with employees a real priority in a people-centric industry,” said David Grosman, founder and CEO of The Grossman Group and a leading expert in leadership and communication. “This eBook helps shed light on communication strategies that are often overlooked or undervalued. Effective internal communication can definitely help increase engagement, productivity, and organizational performance. This resource helps you do just that. “

The new eBook offers communications managers a turnkey guide to revamping their internal communications efforts to meet the unique needs of healthcare employees working in today’s unprecedented environment, including:

  • Key challenges in today’s healthcare business environment and what it means for communicators
  • The role of communication in business strategy (and why strategies fail)
  • The impact of poor communication on the company in general and tips to fix it
  • New Data on Leaders and Their Actual Ability to Build Trust in American Business Today
  • The latest approach to building an effective and realistic employee-employer contract in the healthcare sector
  • The multitude of benefits of better communication within the healthcare industry

Download a free copy of the eBook here.

About the Grossman Group

The Grossman Group is an award-winning company Chicagocommunication consulting based on organizational consulting, strategic leadership development and internal communication. A Certified Diversity Provider, The Grossman Group works closely with Fortune 500 companies and other organizations, including Abbott, Allstate, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Kaiser Permanente, Lockheed Martin and Novartis, among others.

On David Grosman

Leading consultant, speaker and author, David Grosman ABC, APR, Fellow PRSA, CSP is one of America’s leading authorities on organizational communication and leadership. He is founder and CEO of the Grossman Group. A source for the media, David provides expert commentary and analysis on employee and leadership issues. He has been featured on “NBC Nightly News”,,, the Chicago Tribune, World Economic Forum, LA Times and CBS MoneyWatch, among others. His latest award-winning book, “Heart First: Lasting Leader Lessons from a Year that Changed Everything,” features interviews with more than 30 leaders in diverse organizations, each sharing extraordinarily candid insights and unique leadership lessons.

Contact: Kayla Ellsworth
The Grosman Group
312.927.4588 | [email protected]

SOURCE The Grossman Group


Comments are closed.