Are you planning any significant refurb, relocation or workplace change projects in the next couple of years?
It can be an exciting time for an organisation, a chance for a fresh start. But on a personal level it can be an unsettling time for individuals. How you communicate before, during and after your workplace change project has a major impact on how engaged people are with the process, and therefore how successful it is overall. Good communication is the difference between people feeling excited and positive about the upcoming change and people actively working against the organisation to hamper the project.
Which is why we’re running a free, interactive workshop to offer practical advice on:
- Planning project comms
- Putting together the comms team
- Researching the project: what you need to know
- Creating the messaging
- Setting out a timeline
- Tools and channels
- Making material engaging
- The lead-up to D-Day
- D-Day aftermath
- Saying thank you
Join Magenta’s MD Jo Sutherland and chairman Cathy Hayward, both of whom have been involved in comms for workplace change projects, hear from a relocation expert about the importance of good comms, and learn from a practical case study.
Date/time: 17:00 – 19:30 on 25th March 2020.
Location: Workplace House, 69 Turnmill Street, London EC1M 5RR (two minutes from Farringdon tube)
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The workshop will provide a unique opportunity to hear from and ask questions to relocation expert, but if you can’t make it or want to do some reading beforehand, check out our ‘Seven top tips on communicating your office relocation‘ blog and download our guide to best practice relocation communication.