aspic breakfast seminar – IC: making work meaningful

How can internal communicators help to create purpose-driven organisations – and why does it matter?

 Tuesday 5 June, 9- 11am. To book your place via Eventbrite, click here.

More and more employees want to feel their work has meaning, that they’re contributing to a wider corporate purpose. When it works well, it drives better loyalty, engagement and productivity so no wonder leaders worldwide are taking more interest.

So are your internal communications inspiring loyalty? Are you creating a strong enough connection for people so that they know how to deliver?

More than 80% of executives believe that a strong connection to company purpose drives employee satisfaction; improves ability to transform; and increases customer loyalty

June’s aspic seminar features speakers sharing insight and experience into how they supported purpose-driven organisations.

Our first speaker to be announced is Debra Corey,  a two-time author and HR leader with over 20 years’ experience. She is currently the global head of reward at Reward Gateway, previously holding roles at global organisations such as Gap Inc., Honeywell, Quintiles and Merlin Entertainment and will talk about open and honest communication – key to creating a trusting, productive and engaged workforce.  She will share tips, tools and stories from her newly published best-selling book, ‘Build it: The rebel playbook for employee engagement’, why open and honest communication is important, what it is, and how companies have successfully acted in this way.

Debra Corey – Group Reward Director, Reward Gateway.

Author of best-selling book, ‘Build it: The rebel playbook for employee engagement

A second speaker has been added to our aspic session on how IC can help create purpose-driven organisations. Louise Myson will share her story on reshaping and embedding an organisation’s purpose, values and behaviours from her time at TalkTalk Plc, as their Head of Culture & Engagement.

Louise has  more than 10 years’ experience in consultancy and in-house and specialises in the design and delivery of complex people-related change strategies,  helping organisations to shape behavioural outcomes, bolster employee engagement and, ultimately, drive business performance. She joined the London Stock Exchange last year and has previously worked with Mars Global, Bupa,  KFC and BirdsEye.

Louise Myson – Group Culture & Engagement Manager, London Stock Exchange Group.

Louise joins Debra Corey,  a two-time author and HR leader with over 20 years’ experience who is sharing tips, tools and stories from her newly published best-selling book, ‘Build it: The rebel playbook for employee engagement’, why open and honest communication is important, what it is, and how companies have successfully acted in this way.

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NEW VENUE! The event takes place at 2 Stephen St, Fitzrovia, on Tuesday June 5 from 9-11am and tickets are priced at £25 + VAT each including refreshments.

To book your place via Eventbrite, click here.