The 8th Annual Internal Communications Conference 2020 is designed to give internal communications executives the space to think about the modern communications landscape and their place within it.
As a senior communicator it is often difficult to find time to reflect and refresh our practice, Day to day demands can mean that we just don’t have the chance to spend time with our peers and share our challenges and hopes. The Internal Communications Retreat is designed to provide a pause when we can think and regroup.
The IC Retreat will be structured around a series of conversations that mix ideas from other practitioners with a chance to explore how our own plans and communications should develop. It should best suit senior level, experienced communicators who can benefit from new perspectives on the role and techniques of modern communications.
We will begin by asking how we are likely to be affected by trends such as changing workforce demographics, the equalities agenda, sustainability and the continuing development of technology; how do we improve our impact as an influential communicator?
The main focus of the day 2 will fall on Employee Experience, exploring best cases of creating a compelling Employee Experience.
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Neuroscience is revealing how behaviour originates in the brain. This knowledge gives HR practitioners a deeper and clearer understanding of how to support teams, drive engagement and enable effective change. The learning from our colleagues in the science community is shining a light on how behaviour and mindset matters, how the right environments create the best ideas and how language, consistency and emotion all play a leading role. We now have the evidence to support what we have always instinctively understood.
Workshop Facilitator: DEBORAH HULME, Director, Minerva Engagement
Deborah is the founder of culture and engagement consultancy, Minerva Engagement. Minerva exists to improve performance from the inside out and Deborah works across organisations to agree, develop and implement strategies that impact behaviour, build trust and deliver high performance. Her practice is underpinned by the latest research from Neuroscience.
In a fascinating two days at the IC Conference 2019 we all went on a wonderfully informative and inspiring journey, and what an experience it was.
We had a brilliant line-up of speakers from EY, Accenture, BBC, GSK and many more. A huge thank you to our exceptional facilitator/charismatic chairman Liam FitzPatrick ;
We had the pleasure to welcome a great group of senior communications professionals, ready to learn, share and experiment; Inspiring, engaging yet practical sessions, followed by active networking, intensive coffee breaks, we had it all.
We are extremely pleased with positive feedbacks and hope to meet again next year at the 8th Annual IC Conference, London, 3-5 June 2020.
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