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I hope you're well.

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Date: 19 October 2015 15:14 
Subject: The secrets of effective IC measurement revealed
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Dear ,

Join an interactive panel discussion at PRWeek's Strategic Internal Communications conference to reveal the secrets of effective measurement: 

Boost your measurement toolkit by putting all your questions to our diverse panel of experts,who have all been through the mill of measuring, proving and demonstrating their value!
  • How can you achieve business impact and what are the new methods available?
  • Quantitative vs qualitative: how can you select the most relevant indicators?
  • Beyond the Survey – best methods to get employees’ feedback – examples of focus groups and qualitative discussions across different levels and functions
  • Link IC to your overall strategy – identify your real communication problem and then sell the solutions
  • Generate more buy-in and investment from senior management – identifying champions about the senior management team
Panelists:
Kirsten Walkom, Director of Internal Communications, 
Save the Children UK
 
Emily Gibbs, Associate Director of Communications and Engagement, EY
Bessie Kokalis, Director of Internal Communications, 
Philip Morris International
 
Rae Stewart, Director of Communications, 
The Department of Energy and Climate Change

Year-on-year, this popular conference delivers in-depth case studies, practical solutions and vital strategies to drive employee engagement and deliver a top-performing IC function. Visit www.internalcommsconference.com to book your place now. 

If you have any questions in the meantime, get in touch by replying to this email or calling us on 020 8267 4011. 

I hope to see you there,

Veronika Jurkeviciute
PRWeek events team
@PRWeekEvents
020 8267 4011

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