Raising awareness of your innovation initiative internally is key. With that in mind, during this online workshop we are looking at why and how to prepare your colleagues for the implementation of a new innovation programme.
A clear and detailed internal communications plan provides a roadmap for ongoing communication with your colleagues, keeping them informed about what’s happening, why, their role in the process and the actions they need to take to help you achieve your innovation goals.
Key takeaways from the workshop:
- What an internal comms plan entails and why you need one
- The best way to launch your innovation initiative
- How to drive consistent engagement with your innovation initiative
CaitlinRobbins, Head of Customer Success, Idea Drop
Caitlin has always taken a strong interest in innovation, believing wholeheartedly that we CAN do things differently. After 2 years at Microsoft, Caitlin spent a couple of years as a marketing manager at what3words. Now, as a member of Idea Drop’s Customer Success Team, Caitlin uses her wealth of experience to help the world’s largest organisations harness the brightest ideas from their people to drive positive change and profitable innovations at scale.
Victoria Entwistle, Director, H+K
Victoria leads H+K London’s employee engagement practice. Victoria manages a broad portfolio of global clients in internal comms, change and culture engagement including GSK, The European Central Bank, Nestlé, Tata, Dell and WPP.
Liam Earl, Consultant, H+K
Liam has extensive experience curating and executing strategic internal communication programmes for some of the world’s largest organisations. Liam’s in-house communications experience has proved invaluable when navigating the complexities associated with rolling out culture and technology change programmes for global companies, such as Nestlé and Tata Communications.
Adam Flitton, Behavioural Scientist, H+K
Adam is a Behavioural Scientist within H+K London’s Behavioural Science team. He specialises in designing, testing and running interventions that change behaviour. He is also a trained experimental psychologist and an experienced data scientist.
Adam has worked on numerous projects on attitude and behaviour change across sectors, with clients including GSK, Arla and Ford.