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Forum Preview
Establishing internal communication at the centre of organisational change

Getting to the point through
Internal Communication
30 - 31 October 2012, Sebel Surry Hills, Sydney


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Best Practice for effective company-wide communication


One-Day Connected Forum
Featuring Two Post-Forum Workshops:

Workshop A
SharePoint 2010 for Internal Collaboration and the Social Collaborative Intranet - A new way of working
Facilitated by: Rita Arrigo, Principal consultant – SharePoint, Oakton Consulting Technology

Workshop B
The Golden Rules for Engaging Employees During
Times of Change

Facilitated by: Simon Covill, Director, Cechange; Manager, Internal Communication - People & Culture, City of Sydney; Former Head of Corporate Relations & Communications, St.George Bank.

and

Barbara Palframan Smith, Director, BPS Communications; Former Convenor and Lecturer, Public Relations Studies, Macquarie University, Sydney; IABC Gold Quill winner

Hear case studies from:

City of Sydney Council
Deloitte
La Trobe University
Kimberly-Clark Australia
ACE Insurance Limited
ComSuper
Macquarie Community College
Research Australia
TM Consultancy
BPS Communications
Oakton Consulting Technology
Cechange

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More about this year's Internal Communication Forum:

Employees who are engaged and aware of organisational goals and values, and who understand their roles are more motivated, feel more valued and perform better. Workers who are more enthusiastic add value to their organisation resulting in better performance and cost reduction.

In today's workplace, the reality of constant change and tightening budget create various challenges. Internal communicators must ensure that employees are kept well informed and engaged during turbulent times through online or traditional channels. They must also find alternative ways to engage and communicate with non-networked employees and effectively manage cynicism towards senior leaders. Successful internal communication projects require senior management buy-in and support which is often easier said than done.

This forum will bring together communication practitioners, thought leaders, educators and association leaders for discussions and interactive debate. Delegates will have the opportunity to hear practical case studies about how other organisations have approached topical issues and challenges.

You will explore the following challenges:

  • Managing internal communication during change
  • Using social media to communicate internally and externally
  • Gaining employee buy-in and engaging with non-networked employees
  • Sustaining the message beyond launch phase
  • Boosting morale and engaging staff on a limited budget
  • Getting senior management buy-in

FORUM PREVIEW:

Establishing internal communication at the centre of organisational change

WHAT WILL BE COVERED DURING THIS SESSION?

  • Demonstrating the key role and value of internal communication
  • Raising employee awareness and gaining manager buy in
  • A survival guide, tools and strategies to keep you on track
  • Case studies of successful internal communication during change

    Presented by:
    Simon Covill, Director, Cechange; Manager, Internal
    Communication - People & Culture, City of Sydney; Former Head
    of Corporate Relations & Communications, St.George Bank.

For more complete details on the forum please contact Ark Group Australia on aga@arkgroupasia.com or call +61 1300 550 662

 
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