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Ask the Gurus at CIPR Inside
Tuesday, 29 May 2012 from 18:30 to 21:30 (BST)
New to internal communications? Or just started to take responsibility for it with other communications disciplines? Want to know how to set up an internal magazine, intranet, or implement a clear desk policy and more...
At our mini ‘Question Time’ style event, Ask the Guru you will be able to ask our panel of experts the practical questions that you need answers to.
Between them they have nearly 40 years of hands on experience of internal communications and have worked in a range of organisations and businesses. They will have the practical answers for your everyday questions.
The panel includes:
Tom Crawford, over 18 years at the sharp end in HR, internal communications and engagement, with a passion for brands and their relationships with employees. He’s worked with Deloitte, Eon and Telefonica-O2. Now he’s the brains behind The Brain Miner, extracting your ideas and polishing them into shiny diamonds.
Dana Leeson, is the Intranet Project Manager for BSI (British Standards Institution) and currently implementing the new global intranet on SharePoint 2010. Her 10 years experience have included work with an NGO, and then working as Executive Assistant to the President and CEO of WWF. Alongside this role she became president of a small charity and managed a small team in her spare time. Now Dana has immersed herself in BSIs business, revamping the newsletter, briefings and managing the global upgrade of the intranet as well as a ‘little’ blogging on the side for Intranetizen.com
Jenni Wheller is Internal Communications Manager at SSP UK, The Food Travel Experts and has worked through corporate communications and media relations for local government and BAE, and dipped her toe into agency life but has come back to her passion for internal communications. At SSP she has built the function from scratch, strategically aligning the communications to the direction of the business and meeting this fast-paced business’s needs. She has introduced a social intranet, a new internal magazine and is on the cusp of launching a new channel to manage crisis communications.
Before the event
Take part and submit your questions via our group http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2225440&trk=myg_ugrp_ovr [Inside out – employee communications & engagement] and we will draw together themes and the panel of experts will provide the answers.
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CIPR Inside is the Chartered Institute of Public Relations' specialist group for internal communicators.
Although Internal Communications is an emerging profession in its own right, Inside acknowledges the importance of liaising closely with colleagues in public and media relations. And an affiliation to the CIPR provides you with the benefit of being a member of the a chartered organisation that bridges both internal and external communications.
Inside will provide you with the knowledge and support, you need, to ensure that your organisation's objectives and messages are understood by your employees, your customers and your public. To put it simply, Inside helps connect your business with people.
CIPR Inside opens the doors to information, education and events that will inspire you and help you in your day to day activities. Inside is led by experienced communications practitioners ensuring you access material and information at the forefront of the industry.