Internal Communications Camp, part of the Internal Communications Conference, will be held in London in 2018!
Aimed at IC leaders, the Day will explore the future of IC from a very different angle, very much in tune with uncertain Politics and Economy, exploring success in a world of shocks, as well as tapping deeper into the science of human behaviour and Neuroscience of communications.
This highly specialised event is designed specifically for those, who love to explore, learn, experiment, innovate and initiate change.
To deliver the above, IC Day brings a truly leading thinkers in Internal communication. The key themes revolve around change comms, humanising employer brand, creating corporate culture of Integrity, as well as challenging some of those well- established approaches. By bringing the empirical science of human behaviour together with neuro underpinnings of change communications into the mix, all who attend will get a rare chance to glimpse a future, based on observed facts and quantified insight. It will be an experience that takes us all on a journey which promises to travel far beyond the realms of traditional employee engagement.
The spaces are strictly limited, due to the interactive and intimate format of the event.
Liam FitzPatrick has 25 years of experience with change, PR and internal communications comes from working in-house and in consultancy.
Liam has worked in civil engineering, energy, manufacturing and transportation as well as telecoms. He was Global Head of Internal Communications at Marconi during its financial restructuring and has worked on change and transformation projects in a wide variety of situations. He is particularly interested in developing teams, research and planning.
He is a council member and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.
Graduated in Communication Sciences at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), master in International Relations at CIDOB and business administration at EADA. Before founding aPortada in 2000, she worked in media and held the position of Communications Director at the José Carreras Foundation. Over 20 years work experience in the field of corporate communications, communications training, public relations, social responsibility and cultural management.
Katharina is an internationally recognised business communicator with proven delivery of effective global communication strategies and programmes, and has Lean Sigma qualifications for process and performance improvement.
Previous roles include Head of Internal Communications at Rio Tinto, Head of Global Internal and Management Communications at Shell, Head of Global Internal Communications at AstraZeneca, Corporate Communications Lead at GE Capital EEF and Corporate Communications Manager at Corange/Boehringer Mannheim. Katharina has worked in Nigeria, Hong Kong, the UK, the Netherlands, and is currently based in Zurich, Switzerland.
Her main areas of expertise are in employee communications strategy and execution, strengthening employee engagement through effective communication practices and linking communication and engagement to business outcomes. Other areas of expertise cover change communication; global employee surveys; metrics and business performance scorecards; global, multi-cultural communications; internalisation of brand campaigns or company rebranding; communications skills training for managers; communications skills training for communicators. Her experience also includes corporate communications, product and corporate public relations.
&amp;lt;em&amp;gt;Katharina will be speaking at the Cutting Edge Marketing &amp;amp;amp; PR Conference 2016: 'External vs internal? Creating an integrated approach reflecting today's reality'.&amp;lt;/em&amp;gt;
&amp;lt;em&amp;gt;There are no demarcation lines between internal &amp;amp;amp; external audiences, which we need to reflect in our communications planning and approaches. Katharina Auer will look at (re)-integrating communications, and lead a discussion on the topic&amp;lt;/em&amp;gt;
Angela Dunn is an award-winning writer and editor with an international background in public relations, journalism, and corporate communications. For the past ten years she has held various communications roles at SAP AG. During her tenure as editor-in-chief of SAP’s employee magazine, she drove the relaunch of the publication which went on to win numerous international prizes for editorial excellence and layout. Canadian by birth, European by choice, Angela is based in Walldorf, Germany at SAP headquarters. Follow her on Twitter @angeladunn
Internal Communications Camp is limited to a modest number of participants to ensure greater interactivity and ideal working atmosphere.
If you are looking to enhance your expertise, catch up on latest Trends, n etwork with leading International Communicators and move forward in your career, IC Camp is the place to be! Join us in London to experience and test some of the great ideas you can implement into your organisations.
aPortada is a communications agency based in Barcelona since 2000, it has a high quality human team, excellent reputation and a solid expertise.
We are a team of 20 permanent consultants and a network of associated collaborators. aPortada’s team is composed by multidisciplinary professionals: consultants, marketers, journalists and art directors, cultural agents and experts in digital communications. Our people are fluent in several foreign languages which allows us to give a global vision to our projects: an international spirit from the local roots.
We understand communication as a strategic tool for organisations. We offer corporate and internal comms, training, PR, social responsibility, public affairs and events.
IC Kollectif is the only organization connecting communication professionals with knowledge, resources, research and the community of expertise that are focused internal and organizational communication globally. The Montréal-based nonprofit organization published its first 222-page ebook featuring 30 experts on 6 continents, Disrupting the Function of IC - A Global Perspective, available at: https://www.ickollectif.com/ebook