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✨One way to establish trust and boost morale is by providing an open line of communication between leadership and other people in the company.✨
Learn how to host different types of executive “ask me anything” (AMA) sessions where people can ask the leadership team questions in real-time.
Step 1. Prepare the exec team
Start by asking yourself guiding questions to help design the AMA experience for all involved.
Who will respond to questions? The CEO, other executives, or both?
How will you prepare this group for questions that arise?
What cadence will the AMA sessions be available? Ongoing or anytime a question comes up, monthly, or bi-monthly?
Step 2. Create a channel
Name the channel
Create a channel to host AMA sessions. Here are some examples of how to name your channel: #exec-ama, #exec-q-and-a, #exec-fireside-chat, or #exec-town-hall. To broaden your scope, #leadership-ama could also work!