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Webinar – Internal Communications – Supporting Change and Driving Success
12 May at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Free to attend
As Guernsey’s lockdown eases, organisations are now considering if, when and how they will bring their staff back into the office. Some companies are pivoting towards new opportunities or streamlining their offering to focus on relevant and profitable services.
Successfully meeting these objectives highlights the need for effective internal communications plans.
The last five weeks have placed a spotlight on the importance of good communication strategies, and the need for open dialogue will continue into the next phase of business recovery.
Business leaders may need to ask staff to refocus or change direction and it is critical to ensure everyone understands the mission and their role in meeting those objectives.
In this one-hour webinar, Nichole Culverwell, Managing Director of communications agency Black Vanilla, will share her insights into planning and executing internal communications campaigns.
The session will unpack what elements need to be included in a plan and share the essential questions that leaders need to ask to model a clear strategy.
The webinar is free to attend.
We recommend that attendees download the Zoom App to watch.
Chart. PR, MCIPR
Nichole has over 25 years’ PR experience, working in the UK, Australia and the Channel Islands.
Her career has included in-house and large agency roles managing campaigns for companies including Procter & Gamble and Boots. She has worked with a wide variety of clients across the health, retail and financial services sectors.
Nichole set up her first PR agency over 16 years ago in London and moved to Guernsey in 2011.
She specialises in strategic public relations services and crisis communications and offers a number of different PR, social media and writing training courses, including media training for corporate spokespeople.
Nichole is a CIPR Chartered Public Relations Practitioner, has a CIPR Specialist Diploma in Crisis Communications and is the Vice-Chair of the Channel Islands CIPR committee.