EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLE

Communicating the Plan When the Plan Keeps Changing

November 4, 2021

10AM PT / 1PM ET / 7PM GMT

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About the event

Faced with delayed return-to-office plans and constantly shifting timelines, communicators have been forced to continually adapt. And the stakes are high: As employees start to make moves at unprecedented rates, company leaders are jumping to stem attrition, foster belonging, and support employees in a perpetually changing work environment.

Join us on November 4th for an invitation-only executive roundtable with 9 other communication leaders. Ann Melinger, CEO of Brilliant Ink, will lead a 90 minute interactive discussion and networking session focusing on real-world best practices for addressing key challenges facing senior communicators, including:

  • How to communicate “Return-to-the-office” when the timeline keeps shifting
  • Communicating equitably to various employee types (remote, onsite, hybrid) in globally dispersed workforces
  • The types of data to collect to inform your decisions and approach to these and other critical issues

We hope you can join us for this special closed-door discussion and networking session!

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Speakers

Ann Melinger
Ann Melinger
CEO of Brilliant Ink

With a determination to improve the employee experience, Ann Melinger has spent nearly 20 years helping organizations strengthen employee engagement and ultimately, drive business success. She’s worked at some of the top communications agencies in the world, including Golin, Fleishman Hillard and GCI, partnering with organizations ranging from federal government agencies, to global pharmaceutical companies, to up-and-coming tech startups.

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. She’s a strong believer in the role that communications plays in helping people feel good about the work they do every day, and understands there’s no greater value than that of giving power to your people!

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