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Employee Communication in a Time of Change: Views from the Trenches

Last week, I had the pleasure of moderating a panel on How Employee Engagement can Drive Organizational Change at the University of Ottawa’s Institute for Strategic Communications & Change. The session provided participants with expert insights and lessons from the trenches from the following distinguished panelists: • Renée Légaré, Executive Vice President & Chief Human…

“Influence Change at Work” – A Helpful Toolkit for Change Practitioners

Over the last few years, I’ve had the pleasure of following Heather Stagl’s work on influencing change and making an impact in organizations. Heather’s Influence Change at Work Toolkit is an incredibly helpful resource she’s produced that provides a package of concepts, exercises and templates that can help organizations improve their processes and implement change…

It may still feel like summer, but fall learning is where it’s at

Even though I’ve always considered professional development and learning to be year-round activities, there is something to be said for the back-to-school, “time-to-learn-something-new” vibe of fall. In keeping with that, I wanted to share a couple of upcoming professional development opportunities that I’m fortunate enough to be a part of: Lunch & Learn Expert Panel…

A New Model for Employee Communications

Earlier this summer, I had the pleasure of attending Shel Holtz’s launch of a new Employee Communications Model in Washington D.C. As a long-standing fan of Shel’s work, I knew I was going to be in for a treat, and the session didn’t disappoint. In creating this framework, Shel has made a significant – and…

Strategic Communications in the Association Sector

On November 6-8th, Ottawa will be hosting an innovative new conference on Communications for Associations where I’ll be presenting on the theme of change communications. Summers Direct and Swansea Communications, the producers of the conference, have made an important contribution to the industry in pioneering this specialized event. It’s the first one of its kind…

Is it Public Relations, or Communications?

Last week, I spotted this thought-provoking post by Gini Dietrich on her blog SpinSucks. In it, she tackles the question of defining public relations. I was intrigued by the piece, because I’ve noticed that PR is used in all kinds of different contexts, but there doesn’t seem to be an established shared meaning for the…

8 Best Practices in Government Communications

The business of government has changed dramatically in recent years. So it’s no surprise that the transformation of government operations, coupled with an unprecedented rise in citizen expectations have created extraordinary demands on government communicators. Here’s a round up of the top 8 best practices in government communications to emerge – many originate from the…

The Wisdom of Daryl Conner

To my mind, Daryl Conner is the greatest thinker in the field of change management today. In many ways, he is known as the grandfather of the discipline. His seminal work Managing at the Speed of Change sets a course for organizational change, crystallizing the foundational concepts of sponsorship, benefit realization and the “burning platform”….

Great Minds

For 16 years, our company has delivered value to our clients – building our reputation, our business and our brand in Ottawa, in Canada, and around the globe.   For the last 12 of those years, we’ve been doing that as Ingenium Communications. To us, the word Ingenium meant innovation, fresh thinking, and insight. As a…

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