It takes place online on 14 and 15 January - click here for more information and to book tickets.
What does the ‘new normal’ look like for internal communications? A panel discussion featuring Alba Guerra Recas, global internal comms director, Puig; Naomi Jones, comms director, SUEZ; Jess Lonsdale, internal comms director, Virgin Media; Rachel Miller, director, All Things IC
Leadership strategy: communicating effectively with authentic conversation - a case study featuring Vicki Davies, director of internal comms, Highways England
Using behavioural science to gain buy-in for change across your organisation - a 'fireside chat' featuring Dr Alexandra Dobra-Kiel, banking & capital markets insight lead, Deloitte
Pulse check: measuring internal communications - a panel featuring Noha Al Afifi, director of marketing and comms, Arthritis Action; Nana Berchie, global head of internal comms & engagement, Arcadis; Rebecca Murch, head of internal comms, Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group. The chair is Advita Patel, director, CommsRebel
Nurturing a healthy workforce to strengthen your business - a panel featuring Kiran Bolla, head of internal comms and engagement, Environment Agency; Hannah Wilkinson, head of strategic comms & internal engagement, British Red Cross; Abby Guthkelch, global comms solutions lead, Workplace from Facebook; and Alice Ackermann, global comms manager, Hostelworld (chair: Harriet Small, founder, No. 84)
The digital workplace: creating that ‘water cooler moment’ online - featuring Julian Hunt, vice president, public affairs and comms, Coca-Cola
Building inclusive organisations – focusing on the evidence and measuring results - a fireside chat featuring Vic Miller, VP of global comms, and Abadesi Osunsade, VP global community & belonging, at Brandwatch
Driving dynamic collaboration to drive an integrated response to the crisis and beyond - a case study presentation from BT's Jim Black (corporate internal comms director) and Richard Farnsworth (corporate external comms director)
Enhancing employee experience to drive productivity, better products or services, and innovation - a fireside chat featuring Bessie Kokalis, VP, global internal comms, Philip Morris International, and Himangini Khanna, global head of internal vomms and special projects, Epidemic Sound
Realising a human connection in the digital world - a case study featuring Matthew Batten, director of communications, Church in Wales
Make it Happen: 4 key principles for the next generation of internal communications - a case study featuring Anne-Marie Kiernan, head of internal comms, Kellogg's EU Corporate Affairs
What does the future hold for internal comms? A closing keynote from Amy Lawson, EVP, communications & events, Sage
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