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Strategic Internall Comms
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Dear ,

PRWeek’s 11th annual Strategic Internal Communications conference is back, taking place on the 24 November – get ready for a day of learning, engagement, interaction, sharing and networking.

We are finalising the event programme as we speak, but here are some topics that will be covered:

 
360° Interactive panel discussion: Internal vs External Comms, the blurring of the functions
 
Middle management: The key to unlocking the potential of workforce
 
Treating employees as your customers.... redefining the “employee brand proposition”
 
Pick and mix breakout sessions between: “translating purpose into action”; “small budget”; “the dos and don’ts of social media”; “changing behaviour and influencing”; “creating and stimulating conversations”; “A practical guide to going through M&A”.
 
Interactive exchange knowledge hub where you could both learn and share experiences
Plus! Breakfast briefing on digital employee engagement & storytelling – places are limited so register early to avoid disappointment!
Already confirmed speakers include:

Chair: Julian Hilton-Johnson, Corporate VP Corporate Relations - Europe & Chief of Staff to the President, McDonald's Europe
Keynote address: Tony Cooke, Human Resources Director, Adidas Group
Lynn Morrison, Head of Business Engagement, Opus Energy
Paul Morgan, Communications Director, Premiership Rugby
James Dalton, Group Head of Employee Engagement & Health, FirstGroup
The full speaker line-up and agenda are coming soon, so keep an eye on the website www.internalcommsconference.com and follow us on twitter @PRWeekEvents

And don't forget to register on or before 18 September to save £150 off the standard rate! Click here to book your place now. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to email me back, or call us on 020 8267 4011.  

I hope to see you there!

Have a lovely day,

Veronika Jurkeviciute
PRWeek 
events team
@PRWeekEvents


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