6 December 2018

Bristol Event: Making Change Stick – Engaging Employees Through Transformation

Join us for breakfast in Bristol on Wednesday 5th December, as we hear from transformation, HR and comms professionals on how they’ve engaged their people through change.

The only constant is change. And as the world around us continues to evolve at a phenomenal pace, organisations have to adapt to survive.

After the success of our London event, we’re giving you another chance to join us for a coffee, croissants and chats about change comms. We’re hosting it here at Synergy HQ in Bristol on Wednesday 5th December, as we bring together transformation, HR and comms leaders sharing how they’ve implemented change and engaged their people – with plenty of information, inspiration and practical tips along the way.

You’ll hear

• What it takes to make change comms stick

• How to make change fun, engaging and exciting for employees

• How to equip managers to deliver impactful change comms

• How to apply the 4 key principles of change

Register your place for this free event here

When & where

Wednesday 8th December 8:30am – 10:30am

Synergy Creative
Grosvenor House, 149 Whiteladies Rd
Bristol BS8 2RA

Contact

Chris Giddings, Synergy Creative
0117 962 1534

chris@mccannsynergy.com.uk

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