NZ's Corporate Affairs and Communication Leaders' Summit
Strategy | Regulatory Affairs | Stakeholder Management | Crisis Response
30 Jul 2018Hilton, Auckland
The world of communication is changing - a complex stakeholder environment and need to communicate effectively and with purpose in a 24/7 media environment is challenging the role of the corporate communicator.
The Corporate Affairs & Communication Leaders' Summit brings together expert communicators from New Zealand and abroad to discuss the communication evolution and what it means in the modern business environment.
Communication builds trust and reputation and you sometimes have just one chance to get it right - hear from communication leaders who have lived to tell the stories of their crisis and risk response and gain insight into:
- Creating engagement in complex and government regulated stakeholder environments
- Communicating New Zealand's story and leveraging our reputation
- The power of authentic iwi engagement
- Communicating change and purpose
- Bringing corporate communications to the heart of your organisational strategy
FEATURING TWO INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS:
Tim Mahony, General Manager, Strategic Communications & External Affairs, Australian Energy Regulator
Kathy Lazanas, Director, Corporate Affairs & Communications, Transdev Australasia
Chaired by Craig Dowling from Mercury and leading speakers from: Comvita, Spark New Zealand, McDonald's Restaurants, NZ Story, Transparency International, IRD, Campbell Squared, Hono PR, GHD, Chorus
This is your communication event to attend this year!
The event is held under Chatham House Rules, to encourage participation and open discussion.
Here's what past delegates had to say about our Corporate Communications event:
"Very relatable, great relevant examples"
"Overall a really great conference with alot of good takeaway learnings"
"Great selection of speakers and topics"
"Overall I thoroughly enjoyed the conference and what it offered. I learned a lot and will implement some things I learned in my workplace."