Teach for America's 1,900 staff members, who support over 10,000 corps members teaching in classrooms across the country, are spread over 47 regions, and 10% of its staff work from home offices. The organization has enhanced its internal communication strategy, though, to transcend location and connect staff members to each other and to the organization's mission.
Connecting such a dispersed and diverse workforce is no easy feat. Three years ago, Teach for America had no internal communication strategy or practices for its dispersed staff. Here are the eight communication tools the nonprofit organization has implemented since then to engage employees no matter where they work:
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