Change Management for Communicators Workshop

How to motivate employees to ride the waves of change

Wednesday, Oct. 16: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Eastern time


The rate of change is faster and more intense than at any time in recent memory. We can't escape this phenomenon, and yet as communicators, we're expected to be the hero and pull employees through the constant churn of business disruption. What if you really could be the hero? That's the question we asked, and the answer is this workshop, where you'll get a viable internal communications plan that will allow you to be the leader your organization needs to succeed during constant change.

Be the hero. Go big—and go home with a plan that will:

  • Break down and address the pain points that are preventing your organization from thriving in the era of constant business disruption
  • Embed teachable moments between leadership, managers and their teams in which they learn from their mistakes to help the business thrive
  • Help employees embrace (yes, embrace) setbacks and even failures using a new narrative style of transparency

Bonus: When we say, "go home with a plan," we mean it. Throughout this workshop, you will use the concepts of Design Thinking to construct, test and prepare your workforce resiliency plan for launch when you get back to the office.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity!

Webcast — Wednesday, Oct. 16




Kim Clark

Affiliate consultantRagan Consulting Group

Kim Clark is an affiliate consultant for Ragan Consulting Group. Throughout her career she has focused on messaging, audiences and how communications shape people's experience. Her career spans radio, documentary filmmaking, agency partnerships with the Discovery Channel, marketing, brand strategy, writing, training and teaching. Since entering corporate cultures at KLA-Tencor, PayPal, NetApp and GoDaddy, she has taken full advantage of the various mediums to engage employees and facilitate transparency and trust in organizations. While at GoDaddy, she built an infrastructure and internal communications strategy from scratch and moved the trust needle 13 points in just six months (as measured by the organization's annual engagement survey). She is now working on practical ideas on how culture and communications can work together to co-create a workplace culture that's inclusive for all.




If you work in:

• Employee/internal communications • Corporate communications • HR • Change management • Employee engagement • Workforce development • Executive communications • Strategic communications

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