2015 Game Changer: Stacy Lowman

By Frannie Sprouls

Jul. 26, 2015

When 70 percent of your employees work from home, building engagement and keeping everyone connected can be a challenge. Not for Stacy Lowman.-

Lowman, 39, designed programs at World Travel Holdings to keep the company’s employees on the same page. One such program is Voyager, an intranet that offers company tools, updates and communications where employees can share ideas. Another is MeetUps, which are monthly 30-minute virtual meetings where an executive gives a quick company update, news or hosts an open Q&A.

“The company takes its vision, mission, core values and goals very seriously,” wrote Rachel Shapiro, a pubic relations specialist at World Travel Holdings. “And as a result of Stacy’s innovative programming, all employees have an awareness of these beliefs and embody them on a daily basis.”

Frannie Sprouls is Workforce's copy editor. Comment below or email Follow Workforce on Twitter at @workforcenews.

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