Don’t miss the worm!

If you have not yet booked your ticket to join our internal communication conference, Changing behaviour for better business, Early birdmake sure you do this week before the early bird ticket sales end at midnight on Monday 8 September. You can book your ticket here and be an early bird who catches the worm!

What is more, we have 50 copies of the new book ‘Internal Communication, a manual for practitioners’ to give away to 50 of our early bird ticket holders, courtesy of Agenda Strategies,one of our sponsors.

You can check out the book and the first chapter for free here.

Our conference is a really popular event and sold out last year. You can get a feel for the event from last year’s conference video.


This year’s conference plans are well underway. We listened and acted upon feedback from last year’s event to guide our event this year. You said you wanted more networking opportunities and more chance to reflect on what you were hearing from the discussions. So we’ve lightning talks to give short and to the point insights, unconference session to give you the opportunity to talk about the topics you want to discuss, some in-depth case studies because everyone wants to hear what other teams are doing and how they overcame the obstacles that are so often in our paths.

The speakers are:

Jenni Wheller – Chair

Benjamin Ellis – Keynote

Lightning talks

Employee voice – why we should all be listening to it to help us do better business. Cathy Brown – Engage for Success

A new formula for measuring internal communication effectiveness revealed… Kevin Ruck, Measurement expert  – PR Academy

Digital – behaviour change needed to become a digital workplace. Dana Leeson – Intranetizen


Break out to the unconference session which will then lead into lunch.


Case studies

Changing mindsets and how the DVLA helped its staff to understand that they have a role to play in ‘doing digital Simon Cromwell and Christopher Elias – DVLA

Moving a whole business to ditch the desk phones and go truly mobile – the good the bad and unexpected of changing behaviour to improve business communication. Andy Williamson – Elexon

Behaviour change research and real life case studies revealed. Alex Earl – Melcrum

Read more about them here.



Without the generous support of our sponsors this event would not be possible.

Thank you to:


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You can read more about who they are an what they do here.

Early bird ticket sales end on Monday 8 September at midnight, so you have just a few days to get yours up to £100 off the standard price, and you may be be one of 50 lucky winners picked at random to receive a copy of ‘Internal communication, a manual for practitioners’.

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