Employee Change Communications That Work:

Strategies for communicating planned (and not-so-planned) changes

Organizations these days are in an almost constant state of change. You would think we’d be pretty good at it by now, but the truth is more than 80 percent of these initiatives are doomed, and lousy communication is often the culprit.

From mergers to office moves to enterprise projects, change means communication. This workshop will help you communicate all kinds of change with confidence.

Whether you’re gearing up for a big transformation or looking for the confidence to drive effective change communications in your organization, this workshop is for you.

Ideal for:

  • Experienced and newer corporate communications professionals
  • Project managers wanting to manage change communications
  • HR professionals with a change or communications mandate

Key ‘How to’ Takeaways:

  • Evaluate the resources required to communicate change
  • Identify and rank key audiences
  • Craft the right messages for each audience
  • Bring executives onside early in the process
  • Manage communications risks
  • Deploy ‘secret weapons’ for engaging and inspiring employees
  • Measure the impact of communications (online and offline)
  • Confidently present communications plan to leadership teams
  • Get included early in change projects

Our virtual workshop is:

  • Delivered via Zoom in two half-day segments (about 3 hours each)
  • Intimate and interactive – 20 people max
  • Fun, casual and totally confidential
  • Hands-on – with exercises and plenty of time for discussions
  • Practical (including workbooks and templates for your next change communications project)
  • A safe place to share your experiences and add new skills
  • **Certified by HRPA to provide you with 6 CPD credits**

Workshop extras include:

  • Workbooks and resources you can use right away
  • New contacts for your network
  • Membership in a growing community of employee communicators
  • One hour of consulting (per organization) with Elizabeth or Andrew