May 8: Best Practices in Communicating Change with Caroline Kealey, Ingenium Communications

Best Practices in Communicating Change with Caroline Kealey, Ingenium Communications

Join us on May 8, 2015 for a morning workshop (9:00 am to 12:00 pm) delivered by IABC All Star speaker Caroline Kealey, Principal and Founder of Ingenium Communications.

This session introduces proven best practices for communicators to craft effective communications strategies in support of change management initiatives. Grounded in the latest research in change management, this workshop will illustrate how communications can become the “drumbeat” of change. Participants will learn practical skills and techniques for shaping communications approaches and messages in a range of context of organizational change or transformation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Introduce a Change Communication Planning Tool, and explore how to apply it to a variety of applications
  • Identify the classic pitfalls of change communication, and learn how to avoid them
  • Learn from case studies in change communications

About the facilitator:

Caroline Kealey is an internationally recognized communications strategist, change agent, trainer, and author with over 20 years of experience in her field.

She is the developer of the Results Map, a best practice process for strategic communications. The program is offered through practical, dynamic workshops as well as the Results Map Handbook, a step by step guide packed with easy to use templates, worksheets and case studies covering the full spectrum of communications.

As Principal and Founder of Ingenium Communications, Caroline and her team provide consulting and training services in a wide range of communications disciplines including strategic planning, issue management, content strategy, stakeholder relationships and knowledge exchange.

Caroline is an IABC All Star speaker and is known as a “communicator’s communicator”. She is the winner of several awards including the 2013 IABC Excel Award for Distinguished Service, a Top 40 Under 40 award, New Business of the Year, an IABC Excel Award for Crisis Communications and a first-place Hygeia Award for Excellence in Health Communications.

A graduate of the Wharton School of Business executive program in Leading Organizational Change, Caroline is a Certified Change Management Professional (CMP). She holds a B.A. with Highest Honours in Communications and an M.A. Political Science. 

Light snacks, coffee/tea and assorted beverages will be served throughout the session.


The Westin Ottawa
11 Colonel By Drive
The Oak Room
Ottawa, ON K1N 9H4

Friday, 8 May 2015 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)

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