We Look Forward To Welcoming You Tomorrow At One America Square!

The Internal Communications Conference will be taking place at One America Square, Central London.

Internal Communications Which Demonstrably Maximise Engagement & Results In Today’s Social Media & Channel Mix: Harness Engaging, Innovative Channel Strategies & New Technologies To Drive Business Strategy & Position Internal Comms At The Heart Of The Business To Demonstrate Real, Measurable Value

A One-Day, Practitioner-Led, Conference & Networking Event, 28th June 2016, One America Square, Central London. Download Brochure Here. Secure Your Place Online Here – Limited Places Available

PLUS! 2 Separately-Bookable, Post-Conference, Half-Day Workshops, 29th June:
AM) Engaging Social Media Strategies Which Deliver
PM) Harnessing The Power Of Internal Communications To Embed Behavioural & Cultural Change

30 Fresh Perspectives On Frontline Engagement Strategies For Crafting Internal Communications Which Exert Real Strategic Influence & Demonstrate Real Business Impact:

  1. Best-In-Class Engagement Strategies: Fresh, best-practice insights into driving engagement across your entire workforce
  2. Driving Social Media Collaboration & Enterprise Social Networks: Creating engaged two-way dialogue with dynamic social media communications at all levels
  3. Demonstrate Impact, Performance, Value: Build a complete picture of performance to accurately demonstrate your impact and ROI
  4. Maximising Strategic Influence In The Boardroom: Enhance your role, reach and impact within the organisation with integrated, influential and results-driven strategies
  5. Connecting With The Hard-To-Reach: Innovative comms techniques to get your message heard for a more engaged, tuned-in workforce, everywhere
  6. Inspire & Engage Employees Through Change: Keep employees motivated and productive whilst embedding behavioural, cultural or organisational change
  7. Engaging Leaders? Empowering leaders to communicate meaningfully and effectively for more productive teams and genuine, engaging two-way dialogue
  8. The Big Channel Debate – New Technologies & Innovations: Position your organisation at the cutting-edge of internal comms by capitalising on the latest technologies and innovations
  9. Intranet, Video, Mobile, Traditional Channels Channel Strategy & Performance: Comparing and contrasting today’s channels for results-driven internal communications strategies and budget allocation

PLUS! This Internal Communications Conference – Real Impact, Real Results Features:

  • 30 Internal Communications Innovators: 5 Finance – 5 Telcos – 5 Travel – 5 Charity & Public Sector – 6 Leading Brands
  • 1 Unmissable Day
  • 97% Average Delegate Satisfaction Rating
  • 4 Informal Peer-To-Peer Roundtable Discussions: A) Budget-Friendly Comms B) Global Organisations C) Compelling Content  D) What Makes A Great Campaign?
  • New Technologies & Innovations Panel Discussion
  • Channel Strategy & Performance Panel Discussion
  • 1 Triple Perspective: Best-In-Class Engagement
  • 14 In-Depth Sessions Focused On Your Hottest Internal Communications Topics
  • Central London Conference Venue
  • 2 Conference Chairmen
  • 1 ‘Meet The Speakers’ Area
  • Facilitated Networking Hosts
  • Open Q&A

30 Internal Comms Innovators Unite At This Unique One-Day, Brand-Led Event: Best-In-Class Engagement • Social Media Measurement & ROI • Strategic Influence • Technology & Innovation • Intranet • Traditional Channels • Video • Mobile • Channel Performance • Hard-To-Reach • Change Comms • Engaging Leaders

Group Discounts Available! Send 4 for the price of 3 or send 3 and get your 3rd half price.

Internal Communications Conference – Real Impact, Real Results: To view the full conference programme, click here.

08.30 Registration – Speed Networking Breakfast, Objectives Setting

09.00 GIC Welcome, Interactive Voting & Morning Chair’s Remarks
Saskia Hoppe, Senior Manager,Web & Portal Services, Coca-Cola European Partners


09.10 Fresh Approaches & Innovative Insights Into Driving Engagement Through Best-Practice Internal Comms

09.10 Perspective One
Nicole Dempster, Internal Communications Director, ITV

09.25 Perspective Two
Jon Peet, Head of Communications, Mobile Networks, Nokia

09.40 Perspective Three
Vilma Nikolaidou, Head of Organisational Development, Tate Gallery


09.55 Developing Dynamic Social Media Communications For Engaged, Two-Way Dialogue & Business Breakthroughs
Paul Morgan, Communications Director, Premiership Rugby

10.15 Informal Networking & Morning Refreshments


10.45 Heartbeat- Welcome To The Engagement Survey Revolution
Matt Stephens, Founder, Quest Agency


11.05 Understanding Remote Employees & Deploying Innovative Comms Techniques To Get Your Message Heard, For A More Engaged, Tuned-In Workforce Wherever They Are
Nicola McGovern Head of Internal Communications & Customer Experience Engagement, Shop Direct


11.25 Explore Cutting-Edge Enterprise Social Network Tools, Avoid Common Mistakes & Demonstrably Maximise Impact
Delegate Debate


14.45 Maximising Your Role, Reach & Impact Within The Organisation With An Integrated, Influential & Results-Driven Strategy To Put Internal Comms At The Top Table
Jo Bleasdale, Head of Internal Communications & CSR, BT Consumer


12.05 Why Changing How You Communicate Makes All The Difference
Mike Copinger, Sales Director UK & Ireland, Kaltura

12.25 Lunch & Informal Networking For Delegates, Partners & Speakers

12.55 Informal Roundtable Discussions & Peer Brainstorming

A) Budget-Friendly Internal Communications
Kay Callaghan, Communication & Engagement Manager, Network Rail

B) Internal Communications In A Global Organisation
Nazaneen Challawala-Hatimi, Head of Internal Communications, EMEA, AIG

C) What Makes A Great Internal Communications Campaign?
Sian Jones, Head of Internal Communications, Bank of England

D) Writing Compelling Content
Jeremy Thorp, Head of Internal Communications, Global Services UK, BT

13.25 Afternoon Chairman’s Remarks


13.35 Harnessing The Latest Technologies & Innovations To Position Your Organisation At The Forefront Of Cutting-Edge Internal Comms

  • Clare Clark, Head of Channels & Content, Rolls-Royce plc
  • David Garfinkel, Head of Internal Communications, bwin.party
  • Camilla Rigby, Head of Internal Communications, OVO Energy
  • Simon Hill,  CEO & Co-founder, Wazoku


14.05 Everyday Innovation – Engaging Employees To Foster A Culture Of Innovation
Simon Hill, CEO & Co-founder, Wazoku


14.25 Designing User-Focused Intranets Which Harness Current Trends & Drive Traffic To Get Employees Engaged, Informed & Active
Suzie Robinson, Head of Internal & Customer Communication, Waterstones


14.40 Mobile Snapshot: Harness The Potential Of Social Media & Mobile To Create Engaged Employee Advocates
Addeel Khan, Head of Internal Communications & Engagement, Food Standards Agency


14.55 Video Snapshot: Using Video As Part Of An Internal Comms Strategy For A Fast-Growth, Rapidly Expanding Business To Help Retain Its Start-Up, Challenger Culture
Camilla Rigby, Head of Internal Communications, OVO Energy


15.10 Future-Proofing Traditional Channel Communications To Embrace Their Unique Capabilities For A Great Communications Strategy
Alicia Custis, Head of Communications & Marketing, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust


15.25 What Should We Be Using Today? Comparing & Contrasting Today’s Channels For Engaged, Results-Driven Internal Communications Strategies & Budget Allocation

  • Suzie Robinson, Head of Internal & Customer Communication, Waterstones
  • Sameer Pathak, Head of Internal Communications & Engagement, Blue Cross
  • Addeel Khan, Head of Internal Communications & Engagement, Food Standards Agency
  • Helen Parr, Head of Internal Communications, EMEA, Invesco

15.40 Informal Networking & Afternoon Refreshment Break


16.10 Understanding Remote Employees & Deploying Innovative Comms Techniques To Get Your Message Heard, For A More Engaged, Tuned-In Workforce Wherever They Are
Perspective One
Sue Palfrey, Head of Internal Communications, National Trust
Caroline Gray, Internal Communications Business Partner, National Trust


16.30 Accurately Demonstrate The Impact Of Internal Communications To Build A Complete Picture Of Performance
Gordon Dowall-Potter, Head of Internal Communications, Kier Group


16.50 Harnessing The Power Of Internal Comms To Keep Employees Motivated & Productive Whilst Embedding Behavioural, Cultural Or Organisational Changes
Sarah Mullins, Head of Change Communication, O2


17.10 Empowering Leaders To Communicate Meaningfully & Effectively With Teams For Increased Productivity & Genuine, Engaging Two-Way Dialogue
Sarah Mullins, Head of Change Communication, O2

17.30 Close of Conference

Consolidate your learning from the main conference day with these separately-bookable, post-conference, half-day workshops: 29th June 2016

AM) Engaging Social Media Strategies Which Deliver

08.45 Morning Workshop Registration & Coffee

09.15 Engagement & Loyalty
Liz Marlow, Senior Social Media Manager, Sodexo

10.00 Social Media In The Overall Mix
Emily Cooter, Digital & Social Media Manager, Nuffield Health

10.45 Refreshment Break & Networking

11.15 Maximising ROI
Katharina Auer, Global Head of Employee & Executive Communications, Zurich Insurance Company

12.00 Morning Workshop Closes

PM) Harnessing The Power Of Internal Communications To Embed Behavioural & Cultural Change

13.45 Afternoon Workshop Registration & Coffee

14.00 Inspiring & Engaging Employees To Change
Nazaneen Challawala-Hatimi, Head of Internal Communications, EMEA, AIG

14.45 Communicating Through Times Of Uncertainty & Change
Christine Crofts, Group Director of Internal Communications, Aviva

15.30 Refreshment Break & Networking

16.00 Harnessing The Power Of Change Advocates
Kes Johnston, Transformation Communication Specialist, O2

16.45 Afternoon Workshop Closes

Please check the website regularly for updates and newly confirmed speakers. For more information on how to get involved in The Internal Communications Conference – Real Impact, Real Results, please email info@commsconference.com.

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