The future of Internal Comms
Listen and learn from industry experts and Poppulo Internal Comms Advisors and network with industry peers. Gain the tools and knowledge to help you and your team elevate internal communications in your organization and prove the value of the IC function to your leadership team.
The Forum gives you the opportunity to hear from leading Internal Comms practitioners sharing their experiences and giving practical best practice takeaways that can be applied by all attendees.
The Poppulo Communicators Forum New York City 2019 will be an unmissable opportunity to network with other senior leaders, share ideas and build professional relationships.
David Pitre leads Davis & Company’s consulting team, which provides clients with support in employee communication and change management. Since joining the firm in 2005, David has helped leading organizations—such as BlackRock, Dun & Bradstreet, New York Public Library, PepsiCo and The Rockefeller Foundation—reach, engage and motivate their employees. As the firm’s measurement practice leader, he developed Davis & Company’s communication effectiveness model that helps clients demonstrate the value of their work.
Alan Beiagi has 20+ years of experience in the product world, Alan will be leading the vision and team of world-class developers and engineers who have created a suite of innovations that are helping to transform workplace communications and engagement throughout the world.
Ann has spent nearly 20 years helping organizations understand the correlation between employee engagement and business success. Today, Ann is the CEO of employee experience agency Brilliant Ink, where she and her fearless team of engagement experts partner with companies to assess and improve their workplace experience.
Jackie Berg is the Head of Research & Business Development at employee experience agency Brilliant Ink. After nearly a decade supporting Fortune 500 companies connect more effectively with their key audiences through the power of data, Jackie has now turned her analytical eye toward the employee experience.
Shaun Randol is the editor-in-chief for company news at Bloomberg.
Paola Hernandez is Director of Communications for Honeywell Advanced Materials. Paola has full scope of internal and external communications for this business. This includes oversight of internal campaigns and change management communication.
Poppulo Communicators Forum New York 2019
Registration & Continental Breakfast
Opening Keynote - David Pitre: Change Communication Made Easy
After several weeks, a planning team emerges from a closed-door room to announce, “We’re done. And we’re ready to talk about the change. Hit the send button!” Sound familiar?
While we know communication can make a difference, the challenge is BIG: managers resist, communication starts too early (or too late), transparency is lacking and leaders move on before the change is complete.
David Pitre will discuss Davis & Company’s core change communication philosophy: create an immersive experience that engages employees. In other words, don’t simply tell employees what’s changing and expect new behaviors; involve them in the process of shaping the change and making it a reality.
In this interactive session, David Pitre will share practical ways to manage change communication and insights about your role in the process. You’ll learn how to:
- Help stakeholders think differently about communication and their roles
- Gather the details you need to make informed decisions about communication tactics and content
- Include high-touch experiences
There is Power in Partnership with Honeywell
Your internal clients should see you as a partner and indispensable team member who leans in and helps to solve problems. Let’s talk about how going beyond the traditional communicator role gives you the power to drive a bigger impact for your organization, especially during times of change.
Curing your common newsletter ailments
Employee Experience agency Brilliant Ink partners with organizations of all shapes and sizes to tackle their greatest communications challenges. In this session, Jackie Berg will draw on this experience to review some of the most common challenges companies face with their employee newsletters – from information overload to a lack of measurement. She’ll also share practical and actionable solutions to ensure your newsletter hits the mark.
Cutting & Pasting: Multi-channel Comms as a Means of Increasing ROI with Bloomberg
Your employees aren’t browsing your intranet all day. Sorry. Rather, they’re commuting, sitting at their desk, waiting in line, visiting customers, browsing Instagram. They’re on the move and engaging with all kinds of media. With just a little bit of ingenuity and forethought, you can ensure most employees see your message when they want and where they are.
Engaging Employees in a Multi Channel World with Alan Beiagi
Let’s get personal! Building personas to create communications that resonate and inspire
No matter how hard we try, communications can’t be everything to everyone. Inside every organization, there are groups of employees who process and react to communications differently. But how often do you find yourself developing messages for all employees? If you’re spending a lot of time on all-employee communications, they can end up watered down and uninspired. There’s a better way—we promise.
In this interactive session, Ann Melinger, CEO of Employee Experience agency Brilliant Ink, will show you how to build employee personas so that your communications have the greatest impact. Because by not speaking to a particular someone, we risk not connecting with anyone.