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IoIC Live will help you prepare your employees for change, and ensure you have high-performing and positive employees whatever’s round the corner.

2016 was only the pebble dropping into the pond. 2017...18...19 will be the ripples that we need to contend with, with much yet unknown and, no doubt, many more surprises to come. All we know is that change is coming.
 
With ‘change as usual’ the new norm, supporting successful change is at the heart of every comms professional’s remit. At IoIC Live, Jane Sparrow (left) examines the change spectrum, explores the possible responses to change and helps comms pros to identify future change agents in their organisations, while working on their own emotional intelligence and resilience.
 
Having been an internal comms professional for many years, Jane has delivered and sponsored the whole range of change management activities. They are all valuable and have their place, but, in terms of identifying and fielding an organisation’s strongest people during change, empathy, resilience and drive are the three areas that are fast becoming the most valuable currency within the change economy.
 
As communication professionals, we have a vital role to play in driving, developing and maintaining performing, productive and positive workplaces, despite today’s uncertain environment and the further changes afoot. This session is a must-attend for all comms pros looking to improve their performance and influence in today’s complex, changeable business environment.
 
This year’s IoIC Live, one of the most important on the internal comms calendar, looks at how practitioners can make IC the beating heart of the organisation.
 
To convince and engage at all levels, internal comms teams need sharp skills, an arsenal of tools, and confidence to deliver what’s best for their audiences and organisations. This year, IoIC Live17 focuses on the core skills that IC professionals need to demonstrate each and every day. 
 
 
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    After over 20 years of working in internal comms, Jo Bland, head of strategic engagement and internal communications at NHS Digital, has received a Fellowship in the profession. She tells us why...
  • 9th June 2022
      IoIC has produced new guidance on ethical communication as part of a renewed focus on raising standards in the internal communication profession. IoIC has published a guide for members on...
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