ENTREPRENEUR magazine (formerly) Ray Hennessey, former editorial director Managing the message in a charged political environment
Cisco Mark Buchanan, program lead, brand language
Breakout sessions with:
Lyft Libby Laveson, head of internal communications Thrive in chaos: Building a change-adaptive culture in your organization
The Home Depot Katrina Blauvelt, senior director, associate communications Communications dashboards: Create a tool that reports results and drives programming
WestJet Airlines Robin Farr, director of internal communications and culture Strategies for communicating with a distributed workforce
Two Gents Digital Christian Ramirez, co-owner and lead producer Turn your comms team into video mavens: What to think about when producing town hall meetings, executive addresses and "man on the street" videos
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