Providing a whistle stop tour of how teams can be better informed and engage more deeply with the organisation they work for via people managers.
People managers, or line managers, are a great mechanism for communicating effectively with employees. Many research projects have demonstrated that employees feel better informed, more engaged and valued when they receive the bulk of their updates, about their company, through their direct line manager. How can this be achieved and what are the benefits or downsides? This webinar will take you through this step by step.
I have a deep understanding of how organisations work and can deliver effective communication strategies to suit your company’s culture, business strategy, priorities, challenges and audience. My consultancy has a particular expertise in collaboration, business strategy education and leadership visibility.
I have led global teams across EMEA, Europe, Central Asia and North America. I am an innovative, professional, adaptable, results-driven communications leader with over 15 years’ experience, a wealth of international exposure and a keen familiarity with digital environments (CMS, Intranets, Websites, Collaboration platforms) within complex, matrix organisations. I am used to influencing and coaching executive level management with internal / external communication. I have had extensive experience in change management, strategy development, communication campaigns, the creation of innovative communication channels and global communications. I am used to stakeholder and people management and at ease with improving teams and delivering large projects on time and on budget.
I can deliver a comprehensive, business aligned, communication strategy as well as a plan and coordinate and organise the execution of this plan using a wide range of channels both digital and offline.
Karen’s vision is a world led by people who are responsible with their power. So she founded her own mentoring and coaching business in 2019. Named after her Instagram name. Karen Heights – she focusses specifically or new or developing managers who are so often overlooked for mentoring, training or quality support as they develop.
Karen gives managers guidance on the stuff no-one ever tells them about how to confidently lead actual, complex human beings in a world gone wonky.
With eight years’ experience in senior leadership roles and ten before that managing small teams and ventures; she has worked across the charity, public and private sector including five years as Director of Business Development and Partnerships at the charity Missing People.
The Karen Heights website is coming soon, but for now she can be found on Instagram, email and LinkedIn via the following links:
Email: [email protected]