About this event
2196 people attended the Great Comms Debate this year.
If you haven’t been to one yet: 👇
This is the session where the greatest minds in employee communications gather for a deep dive on the biggest trends in the field today.
In the year which has seen the importance of employee communications skyrocket, we’re left with two questions:
This being the last debate of the year, it calls for something special. A twist...
The guest speakers were decided by the community, so needless to say, the lineup is EPIC:
Check back to see who's speaking! Let’s make this one count.
📅 Date: Wednesday, November 18th
🕐 Time: 10 am ET | 3 pm UK | 5 pm EET
⏺️ Save your seat even if you can’t attend the live session. All registrants will get the session recording by email.
💡 Whether you’re new to communications or a seasoned veteran, this debate should give you plenty of insights to take back with you as you work towards enhancing your communications.
See you at the debate! 👋
P.S.: Here’s some of the love the Great Comms Debate received in 2020 👇
Liliana Biro leads global communications at Iron Mountain with a focus on internal and customer communications for EMEA, partnering with the leadership team she inspires internal and external storytelling connecting people to local and global priorities and initiatives.
Kerri Warner globally heads the passionate (and award-winning!) team at Mastercard of story miners, makers, tellers and sellers responsible for employee communications, M&A communications, employer brand, internal creative campaigns and communication technologies.
Guilherme Santana is Brazilian by birth, German by zip code, and Communicator by trade. He heads Digital Transformation Change Management & Communications at DHL Supply Chain on weekdays and is the headline BBQ chef of his grill on weekends.
Marketing Director at Smarp with a passion for communications and employee advocacy. Focused on helping organizations around the world – whether they are Smarp customers or not – understand how to better engage their employees.
Smarp’s employee communications platform helps enterprise businesses communicate effectively with their entire workforce, both corporate and frontline. The platform automatically delivers relevant content to every employee, while empowering them to amplify your message.
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