Never has seeing the bigger picture been so important for communications practitioners. This IABC conference is all about connecting you with the ideas, people and impetus that can help you make a difference back in the business – both immediately and in the long term.
Running on the afternoon of Monday, 16 May 2016, the agenda will be split into four key parts and chaired by Michael Ambjorn, International Chair of IABC.
A look at current and emerging societal, technology and economic trends that will have an impact on our lives and businesses over the coming years. Our speakers for this section:
A quickfire #Rapido session with 5 speakers each taking 5 minutes (and not a second longer) to share their thoughts on what’s hot, and what’s not, in the future of corporate communications. Curated by the incomparable Ezri Carlebach. Our speakers for this section:
• Una O’Sullivan, Head of Internal Communications – Global Financial Services, KPMG
• Darren Lilleker, Associate Professor of Political Communication, Bournemouth University
• Gay Flashman, Founder & CEO, Formative Content
• Lesley Crook, Client Advisor, Enterprise Strategies
• Susan Walker, Head, AES Communication Research
Michael Ambjorn will lead a reflection on the earlier #Rapido session and a panel-audience discussion of the role communications professionals play in making their organisations future-fit. Our panelists:
• Andy Gibson, Author of A Mind For Business
• Matt O’Neill, Managing Director, ModComms Ltd
• Ashish Babu, Director of Communications – UK & Europe, Tata Consultancy Services
• Joanna Osborn, Head of Customer Communications, GE Oil & Gas
• Keith Coni, Deputy Director of Capability, Standards & Professional Development, Cabinet Office
A group sharing of key learnings, next-step resources, shared objectives and individual action plans. Be prepared to roll up your sleeves and transform the big ideas into a plan that works for you. After the event we will curate and share all of these outputs.
The IABC is a not-for-profit organisation. Proceeds from ticket sales will be used to cover the cost of running the event and invested back into future IABC member initiatives.
IABC UK is the local chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators – the global organisation for people working in business communications. It offers members a global forum to develop professional skills, share knowledge of and develop best practice in communications and to discuss important issues affecting the profession.