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The Gorilla Games: A Disruptive Approach to Internal Comms
As an internal comms pro, have you ever had an uber-creative idea but couldn’t execute it due to budget constraints? We feel you! That’s why we launched “The Gorilla Games,” an internal comms competition, urging IC pros to come up with disruptive “guerrilla” solutions to common workplace scenarios without having to worry about budget.

We’re now launching a webinar inviting the winners and judges of this IC competition to come together and discuss the future of creativity within internal comms. Join us during this fascinating discussion.

Here’s what we’ll go over:
Why did we start this internal comms competition?
What are some of the challenges facing the IC community?
How did the winners attempt to tackle common IC challenges?
How can IC pros balance creative and strategic thinking for future success?
How can you create a solid internal comms plan before tackling any project?

Apr 30, 2019 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Mike Klein
Principal @Changing the Terms
Mike Klein, Principal at Changing the Terms, is based in the Netherlands and is one of the top voices in the world of internal communication. The author of “From Lincoln to LinkedIn,” a communication manual outlining guerrilla-style approaches, Mike has a background in political consulting and advertising, combined with an MBA from London Business School. His IC experience in global organizations includes work with Shell, Maersk, Cargill, VEON, easyJet, Barclays, Omnicom, Avery Dennison and the US federal government. He has also been writing and blogging on internal communication for over a decade.
Stephen Welch
Communications Consultant @Eleven Counselling
Stephen is an independent communication and leadership consultant. He works with individuals and organizations to improve how they communicate their messages and drive change. Stephen has specific experience in leadership communication, marketing, and developing business simulations.