With continual change becoming the new business norm, how do you make sure that affected people not only understand the ‘what, why and how’ but also get behind and support the change?
About Tom Dennehy
An ‘all-rounder’ in the field of internal communication, Tom has 8 years’ experience including delivering high profile and engaging communications campaigns, strategy development, channels and event management. He believes that those in internal communications have a unique opportunity within any organisation to inform and inspire its people to do great things.
Entries by Tom Dennehy
People going through business change are essentially on a voyage of discovery, help them navigate it and arrive at the desired outcomes by outlining their journey
Creating communications tools that are repeatable and sustainable, and have a life beyond the business change project.
Afiniti’s top tips for creating user-generated content
Come on, be honest, how many times have you googled ‘How to write a communications strategy’?
To get the communications for business change right in the first place and build your overall story, you could consider some key questions outlined here
Choosing Communications for business change part 2. How to pick the right channel and get the best result from your communications.
In part one of this three part blog series on communications channels for communicating change, we outline some innovative channels and creative comms
Employee engagement within a project or programme of change is vital in making business change stick. Here are tips on engaging with culture and leadership
Giving a presentation can be one of the most nerve-wracking experiences you can go through at work. It’s pretty easy though, to avoid some common blunders.
Using our creativity and innovative approach to delivering change, we enable and equip your people to progress through every step of the change journey.
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An interesting rumination by Nick Smith on the relationship between organisational culture, sustainability and business change.
An update of a post from 2015. It's one of our most popular and great to revisit through the lens of 2019.
Take a look: The importance of integrated project planning
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