President Ronald Reagan was famously known as the “Great Communicator.” In a commentary for the New York Daily News to mark what would have been Reagan’s 100th birthday, Fred Thompson said Reagan’s reputation as The Great Communicator “boils down to three basic traits: he was simple; he was clear; he was sincere.”

I’m pleased and proud to say that EBN’s 2011 i-COMM Award winners share those all-too important yet underrated traits with our nation’s 40th president. Presented to benefits professionals who show innovation and excellence in communication, I’m happy to announce this year’s i-COMM honorees are:

BEST PRINT OR E-NEWSLETTER DESIGN & USABILITY
DENA ENGSTROM
AVP Manager of Employee Benefits
Davidson Companies
Great Falls, Mont.

BEST WEB OR INTRANET DESIGN & USABILITY
MICHAEL GREENBERG, CEBS
Sr. Director, Benefits and Relocation
Toys“R”Us, U.S.
Wayne, N.J.

MOST INNOVATIVE BENEFIT OFFERING(S) OR INTERNAL COMPANY INITIATIVE
STACY DECKER
HR Senior Manager
Vanguard
Malvern, Pa.

BEST TRAINING PROGRAM
MELISSA HARRIS
Communications Specialist
Employees’ Retirement Fund of the City of Dallas
Dallas, Texas

Please join me in congratulating them in the comments.

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