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Ops leader communications keep teams and executives aligned

Innovative organizations need smart, nimble, and creative leaders who who keep the lights on and teams aligned. Axios HQ helps them do it.

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It's time to make your organization more efficient

Competing priorities, post-pandemic stress, and defining the “new normal” is amping up tension and complexity at workplaces everywhere.

That puts even more pressure on ops leaders — helping managers and executives re-energize their workforce, remain ambitious throughout the year ahead, and revise organization-wide communication strategies to make staff and stakeholders their most efficient.

Why it matters

Employees who get enough information to do their job well are...

2.8 x
more likely to be engaged
1.3 x
more likely to be thriving
4 x
less likely to experience burnout

What we're hearing from Ops leaders

Whether teams are navigating M&A or just trying to get through Monday,
simplifying complex communications and processes saves the day.

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AI can quickly provide critical context

Most leaders have a clear perspective on what they need to tell the staff and stakeholders around them. But often, the critical context those folks need to understand the impact that news will have on them is missing.

Axios HQ can take the smart insights you write, summarize why it matters, and take you one step closer to complete. 

Ops leaders trust Axios HQ

Whether you're writing an executive briefing or cross-functional communication, HQ helps keep stakeholders connected. These are just a few of the leaders who use it.

See how other Ops leaders communicate

They use Axios HQ to keep executives in individual contributors in sync.

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Axios' People Ops update

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Axios HQ was a lifesaver. Beyond the transitioning away from long emails, it established what our remote work life would look like. Our Axios HQ update took on its own narrative arc and style — Smart Brevity. That's really shaped our cadence and structure.

Jack Marooney | Manager of Executive Operations

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I never knew writing a newsletter could be so much fun or have such a quick impact! With an increasingly distributed team, this tool allows everyone to stay informed, inspired, and connected to our mission and our work, while not overwhelming them.

Ellen Patterson | Chief Operating Officer

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Ops leader insights

What is the importance of communication in operations?

Smart operations communication aligns employees around core messages, making expectations, timelines, execution methods, and other vital information clear. By clarifying effectively, employees stay on task and productive, which often leads to performance improvements.

What are the 4 types of organizational communication?

Information should be shared up, down, and around your organization so that everyone stays informed of key updates and company directives. The four types of organizational communication are:

  1. Up
  2. Downward
  3. Lateral
  4. External

By sharing information in all directions, your goal is to reinforce crucial updates without overwhelming readers with the same message over and over again from different sources.

What is internal operational communication?

Operational communication is any form of information shared between colleagues that is crucial to carrying out the operations of the organization. It often takes between managers, coworkers, members of the board, C-level executives, and others working to help the business with its everyday functions.
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See how our AI-powered platform can help your organization plan, compose, align, and measure your internal communications.

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