Change Communications in a Volatile and Uncertain World
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- Integrate change communications into a broader change management strategy
- Apply the neuroscience of change
- Make a business case for an employee council to leadership
- Assemble a diverse and representative council
- Create compelling agendas and keep employees engaged
Diana Peltier is a change communications consultant with Ragan Consulting Group. She has over 20 years of experience delivering on the people side of change through impactful communications. Diana has a demonstrated track record of engaging audiences, elevating the purpose and brand of organizations and making a meaningful difference in employees' work lives. She has served in senior communications roles with Fortune 500 companies, non-profits and the Big 4—including as the Global Head of Communications and Engagement for EY. Diana also has extensive change management experience, most recently as a Global Change Management Lead for the world's largest SAP implementation. You can find Diana on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/dianapeltier.
Kamna Narain is an internal communications consultant and transition coach, with her own consultancy, CK Consulting. With over 20 years of experience in the communications, Kamna has worked with a variety of companies including Blue Shield of California, Chevron Corporation and Kaiser Permanente. With deep experience in employee communications, Kamna regularly partners with HR, change management and organizational design teams on initiatives ranging from organizational restructuring to leadership development to employee recognition. She has spearheaded strategic and creative campaigns to introduce new employee policies and technological tools and produced interactive Town Halls and management conferences with a focus on employee engagement. As an individual with a visual disability, Kamna's most recent focus has been on partnering with Diversity & Inclusion teams to serve the needs of employees from this growing demographic.