It’s a cliché but they say that the only constant is change. Our organizations today are changing at warp speed. Whether it is due to technological innovation; increased competition; growth that is organic or due to mergers or acquisitions; or reductions due to reorganizations and divestitures; employees are being asked to adapt quickly.

The truth is that many change projects fail and leaders are left wondering what went wrong. More often than not, the gap was in communication and engagement.

In this webinar we will discuss the role of the communicator in change programs.

During the session you will learn:

  • The change path and how change needs communication at every stage
  • The importance of team, tools and tone to communicate successfully
  • The questions you must ask in order to deliver the right solution

About Priya Bates, ABC, MC, CMP, IABC Fellow

Priya Bates is an award-winning professional communicator with a passion for driving strong performance from the inside out. As President and owner of Inner Strength Communication, Priya builds strategic internal communication, engagement, branding and transformational change plans that help connect the dots between business strategy and employee delivery. In her 20+ year career, Priya has led communication for organizations including Loblaw Companies Limited, HP Canada and Compaq Canada.

Priya is an Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) and recently became one of the first Certified Communication Management Professionals (CMP) in the world. In 2010, she received the Master Communicator (MC) designation, the highest honour bestowed upon a communication professional from IABC Canada. In 2016, she was recognized as an IABC Fellow, a global lifetime achievement award for her contribution to the profession. Priya is also a passionate volunteer with the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), most recently leading the organization’s global re-branding effort.

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This webinar was recorded before Newsweaver evolved to Poppulo.