This event took place on 19 October 2023 and all registered delegates were sent direct access details for the recordings. Please only book your place here if you missed the event the first time round.
The Gallagher State of the Sector report earlier this year noted that ‘supporting culture and belonging’ was the number one self-reported priority for internal comms teams.
We’re seeing two distinct camps of internal comms professionals in charities these days – those who are predominantly focused on crafting and delivering the comms messaging in their organisation to keep staff informed, and those who also have the opportunity to build connections and shape organisational culture through staff engagement. Which camp are you in? And does it feel like the right camp for your organisation?
In this insightful session, you will hear from those working in internal comms teams who were helping shape organisational culture. What helped bring them to that point and what lessons did they learn along the way? How were these internal comms professionals facilitating relationships and more joined up ways of working across teams, as everyone in the organisation needs to own the creation of its culture? We tackled these questions and more!
Helen Olszowska Bea Udeh Sian Evans Hayley Johnston Samantha Pow Liz Clyro @lizclyro Rupa Kotecha-Smith @RKotechaSmith Helen Olszowska
head of diversity, Arts Marketing Association
director of people and culture, StepChange Debt Charity
senior internal communications business partner, RNLI
head of internal communications and engagement, Save the Children UK
head of people experience and culture, Mencap
head of communications and marketing, Back Up
Liz Clyro @lizclyro
Rupa Kotecha-Smith @RKotechaSmith
About the Internal Comms Network Group
CharityComms’ Internal Comms Network is a group for professionals working as internal communications leads in UK charities and not-for-profits.
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