– How internal comms can help improve wellbeing at work –

Tips and tricks for sparkling, impactful internal comms campaigns

Jo Hooper and Dan Holden

Jo Hooper and Dan Holden

How internal comms can help improve wellbeing at work

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Dan and Jo focus on the topic of wellbeing to help you plan a successful internal comms campaign

Dan and Jo have teamed up to take you through the crucial role that communicators play in driving wellbeing at work.

They’ll be sharing their top tips and practical solutions on how internal communicators can plan, deliver and evaluate wellbeing initiatives in the workplace and many of these tips you’ll be able to apply to other campaigns. Whether it’s how you go about communicating a new wellbeing strategy, helping line managers understand their role in supporting wellbeing at work or simply making your communication campaign messaging clear, you’ll go away with a few extra tricks up your sleeve.

If there’s a particular challenge you’re facing you can send it through to commsunplugged@gmail.com in advance so we can explore and share possible solutions and ideas together during the session.

Dan Holden is a CIPR accredited PR practitioner with a dedication to internal communications. An active member of the CIPR subgroup, CIPR Inside, he’s also the founder of Horizon Comms, which shares helpful content and resources and signposts to other sources of information. Twitter: @holddani

Jo Hooper set up Mad and Sad Club in 2019 after two breakdowns, three therapists, countless pills, podcasts, books and walks made her quite the expert on being mad at work. Jo has worked with leaders, managers, communicators and individuals to improve support for people’s mental health at work. Twitter: @MadandSadClub

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