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Digitalisation
Corporate Culture
Leadership
Employee Empowerment
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Day 1: 24th October

8.30 AM - 9.30 AM

Doors Open

9.30 AM - 10.00 AM

Welcome Remarks

Prof. Dr. Ana Adi

Prof. Dr. Ana Adi

Professor of Corporate Communication
Quadriga University of Applied Sciences

Prof. Dr Ana Adi is professor for Public Relations and Corporate Communications at Quadriga University of Applied Sciences Berlin.
Being a true cosmopolitan, Prof. Adi is looking back on a broad portfolio of experience at an international level. Amongst other things, she has lived, worked and taught in the USA, Great Britain, Belgium, Bahrain, Thailand and Romania. In the course of her academic career, Prof. Dr Adi received a B.A. Hons in Communication & Public Relations from the SNSPA in Romania plus two master’s degrees, one of them as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Missouri. She received her doctor’s degree in the field of Communication & Media Studies on the grounds of her research on the Olympic Games’ coverage and presentation in the media.
Prof. Dr Adi is a firm advocatress of internationalising the field of education and – as a member of the Social Media Global Education Connection Project – actively campaigns for a competent utilisation of social media in research and teaching.

Module I: Foundations & Structure

10.00 AM - 10.30 AM
Keynote

When everybody is obsessed with looking forward, the past becomes our new blindspot. What are the deep and lasting wisdoms of the ages that can drastically change our future path? As the adage goes, ‘when nothing is going right, go left’. In this keynote, we will together look backward to move forward.
Kaye Han

Kaye Han

Social Entrepreneur and Business Consultant

Kaye is a social entrepreneur and business consultant who helps companies advance through human-centred communication. He merges business, design, and technology together and has worked with leading organisations such as IDEO, Nike, Starbucks, American Express and more. Kaye has helped startups raise millions of dollars in funding and his entrepreneurial background drives his dedication to sustainability, education, and humane technology. 
Marcin Gajewski

Marcin Gajewski

Film Director and Creativity Consultant

Marcin is a film director and creativity consultant. He has won various accolades for his film work and consults teams and individuals to identify and resolve creativity obstacles to unlock their flow. He helps his clients to distill effective narratives and develop their storytelling strategies. Marcin also runs an independent film festival in Berlin and lectures at Tongji University in Shanghai.
10.30 AM - 11:00 AM

Coffee Break

11.00 AM - 11.40 AM
Best Case

Digitalisation, just a fancy word? Another word for cost saving? A word to use to show that you read the latest developments? Or, is it really that missing link to close all the gaps in winning your employees for your company and create brand warriors?
Yusuf Bulut

Yusuf Bulut

Former Global Head of Business Communications
Philips International

Yusuf Bulut started his own mini agency at the age of 16 in Belgium, creating company websites.
This early success in business led Yusuf to seek a career in marketing, strategy and communications and build further on the growth of his agency.

After achieving degrees in International Marketing and Psychology (specializing in Sales and Marketing),
Yusuf has executed and fulfilled various international marketing, strategy, business development and communications activities and roles for big companies - where his last job was the Head of Communications and Government Affairs Regions for Siemens. After relocating to Amsterdam, Yusuf is now Global Head of Business Communications at Philips where, driven by digital transformation, his remit is to support Philips’ business through innovative communications tactics.
Best Case

Corporate Communications is at a crossroad. Over the past decade, we strived to become strategic advisors to the C-suite. However, a new playing field calls for skill, agility and innovation, making many of the usual corporate competences and core processes obsolete. Has the time come to get back to our roots and be more hands on, state-of-the-art, real time producers – with corporate strategy at top of mind? If we get the balance right, there’s a unique opportunity to strengthen the back-bone of the function and increase business value-add significantly. If we don’t get it right – we might lose relevance rapidly.
Mette Refshauge

Mette Refshauge

VP, Head of Corporate Communications
Maersk
Mette joined Maersk in August 2017. Prior to joining Maersk, she has served as Head of Corporate Communications in Danfoss, Scandinavian Airlines and TDC, a Danish telecom provider. She has a Master’s degree in Philosophy and Media Science from the University of Aarhus, Denmark.

Corporate Communications drives stakeholder understanding of Maersk’s strategy to become the global integrator of container logistics and builds brand reputation. This is done through impactful leadership and employee engagement, positioning Maersk in the media through earned coverage and serving as custodian of the corporate brand, ensuring the visual identity is adhered to and the tone of voice positions the corporate brand effectively.

Mette is responsible for Corporate Communications globally in Maersk which encompasses the Internal Communications, Media Relations and Branding departments. The Corporate Communication function consists of department leadership and associated teams based in Copenhagen, supported by a network of regionally based communication advisors and managers.
11.40 AM - 12.20 PM
Best Case

We live in a time where change is constant and news is frequent. Since the development of social networking sites we are now in an era where people can receive and share information within seconds of news being announced. This means that internal communicators have to work much harder and be ahead of the game when it comes to communicating to internal stakeholders.

To do this communicators need to start thinking a bit differently about the way they engage their stakeholders and the impact they need to make in order to see positive behaviours within the business. Technological advancements means that we now have access to more affordable tools that can enhance the channel mix on offer.  One of these tools is virtual reality. This technology has been around the gaming world for a number of years but within internal communications it’s not a tool that’s used frequently or at all.

In this session Advita will be discussing her own experiences of using VR within internal communications and the powerful impression it left on colleagues who were going through a challenging change programme. Attendees will also learn the benefits of virtual reality and how it can be used in conjunction with storytelling and other traditional channels.

Advita Patel

Advita Patel

Director
CommsRebel

Advita has worked within internal communications for the past 15 years in various industries including Healthcare, Education, Energy and Transport. Advita is the Director of CommsRebel and believes a little bit of rebellious thinking within internal communications can have a powerful impact across organisations and their employees. As well as internal communications, she has experience in employee engagement / experience, digital transformation and change programmes. Her area of specialism is helping businesses and teams develop innovative ideas, to help improve communications, in large operational organisations.
Advita is a chartered PR professional and Chair for the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Inside committee (internal Communications). In 2018 she was awarded a Fellowship by CIPR for her outstanding work in the communications community. Advita is also the founder of The Comms Hive, a networking dinner for communicators who are keen to learn from each other and share ideas. You will normally find Advita sharing her thoughts about IC on twitter under @Advita_p.
Best Case

In this digital age, we are using progressively innovative and ever more exciting platforms to communicate with wider and more diverse audiences.  But have we learnt how to have truly effective human to human interactions with our own people and our teams?  Are we avoiding the challenge of face to face dialogue in the workplace?  What are we missing out on?
Lizz Jones

Lizz Jones

Specialist in Leadership & Management Behaviour
Tallant Jones Ltd.

Lizz has over 25 years’ experience in business, leadership and management. Her career encompasses positions in senior management; and freelance consultant roles in the delivery of high level, strategic initiatives including: employee engagement; leadership behaviours; talent management; and organisational development within organisations. She has worked with large private organisations, academic establishments, SME’s, public and voluntary sector bodies.

As well as public speaking; delivery of training; & facilitating workshops, Lizz works as a consultant and coach, and uses a range of diagnostic tools, surveys and profiling techniques to help businesses to understand some of the challenges they face within their organisations around: leadership & management; corporate values and culture; employee engagement; performance management; organisational behaviour; and, team dynamics;

She is always upbeat and possesses a seemingly natural ability to motivate & inspire others. On the basis of this, she developed The Positive Approach™ brand to encompass the work she has undertaken for years to help companies to develop employee engagement and improve organisational culture.
12.30 PM - 1.00 PM
Impulse

Creating the new architecture of internal communications is long journey of constant change. Join our tour from creative planning, solid execution to fancy interior and find out what content strategy, media infrastructure and gamification has to do with it.
Steffen Henke

Steffen Henke

Head of Executive & Internal Communications
Vodafone GmbH

"Why is internal communication often so serious, even boring?" Steffen Henke has been asking this question ever since he became Head of Internal Communications at Vodafone Germany in 2014, after holding numerous communication leadership positions in the German industry sector. From digital channels to cross-media campaigns to gamification approaches, he and his team have since been working on a new architecture of internal communication – which is still under construction.
1.00 PM - 2.00 PM

Lunch

2.00 PM - 3.30 PM

Workshop Session 1

Workshop

Want to measure internal marketing communications with greater confidence and conviction? This workshop will help you embrace a data-driven approach to internal communications. Don’t worry, you don’t need to be a statistical genius to get a lot from this workshop. The goal is to help you apply best practice and principles to your organisation so you can add some scientific rigour to your internal communication measurement efforts.  
Darren Coleman

Darren Coleman

Managing Consultant
Wavelength Marketing

Darren has over 20 years marketing experience spanning Europe, the Middle East, South East Asia and Japan. He specialises in helping services brands retain relevance through the brand experiences they build. Given his services brand focus, a large part of the work Darren does entails internal communications and employee engagement. BUPA, Dubai Bank, Maybank, Johnson & Johnson, Orange, Caribbean Airlines, Singapore Airlines and Saudi Telecom Company are amongst the brands he has helped. Darren holds an MA in marketing and PhD in B2B services brand marketing. He is the founder of Wavelength Marketing. Wavelength specialises in helping services brands retain relevance through the experiences they build. Darren recently authored Building brand Experiences: A Practical Guide to Retaining Brand Relevance for global distribution and his book will be translated into Korean and Mandarin in 2020. In his spare time Darren enjoys spending time with his wife and family, playing tennis, motor boating, socialising, scuba diving, snoozing in his Mexican hammock, yoga and watching Birmingham City Football Club. Granted, some are more enjoyable than others.
Workshop

Organisations need change to happen faster to remain competitive. Thus, the way they engage with it is critical to their success. With shorter and shorter time lines and limited resources, how can communications teams make a difference? This practical session goes through a simple 10-stage process to help communicators swiftly understand, and respond to, this evolving change comms challenge.  
Nigel Thornton

Nigel Thornton

Head of Communications (UIS)
University of Cambridge

Nigel Thornton has 25 years’ experience in international corporate communications. He has held senior communication roles in the chemical, life sciences and FMCG sectors with Unilever, Amgen, Syngenta and Clariant. He is currently a head of communications at the University of Cambridge focused on a major change agenda supporting the digitisation across teaching and research.
Nigel has wide ranging expertise including media, digital, marketing, internal and change communications. He has passion for sustainability and considerable experience of helping senior leadership teams to communicate their vision and implement major change programmes effectively.
Workshop

Welcome to the age of the employee. Your workforce is made up of smart, digitally savvy people with high, yet relatively simple expectations – for you to deliver on the promises you made when they joined your organization.  This workshop will explore how the role of internal communications is changing and the impact this can have on culture. We will examine what defines corporate culture, what employees are looking for today and how you can change. We will use case study examples including the experiences of our client Merck.
Workshop

Today, there is a big gap between ‘what organisations are’ and ‘how they portray themselves to be’ which creates a disconnect and a lack of trust and integrity that erodes trustworthiness and loyalty, which in turn erodes value and stunts performance and growth. Martina will show you how to overcome the Gaps of Culture, Context, Trust and Social Impact for your brand or organisation to have true integrity. 
Dr. Martina Olbertova

Dr. Martina Olbertova

Founder & CEO
Meaning.Global

Dr. Martina Olbertova is a brand meaning expert, corporate meaning advisor, cultural strategist and semiotician helping brands worldwide restore their value through the power of meaning. She helps brand and business leaders navigate relevance amidst global cultural complexity to profit from culture change.

Martina is a founder and chief executive of Meaning.Global, a global strategic intelligence consultancy powered entirely by meaning. Meaning is the inner essence of value and relevance. So, for brands to retain their value, meaning needs to be at the core of strategy. She works with brands across sectors to evolve and redefine their meaning in the context of culture, increase brand valuation and boost symbolic equity. Her goal is to bridge the ‘gap of meaning’ between brands/organisations and culture/society to maximise meaningfulness, value creation and long-term growth.

For the past 15 years, Martina has worked in four different countries (UK, Ireland, USA and Czechia) for global clients, including Kantar, Unilever, Vodafone, IBM, London Gatwick, British Land, ICAEW, KBC, Visa, Lloyds Bank, Bank of Ireland, J&J, Heineken or Pernod Ricard. She holds a doctoral degree in Media Studies from the Charles University in Prague and also studied Political Journalism at Georgetown University (USA) and Media and Culture at the University of Glamorgan (UK). As a guest lecturer, she taught Semiotics & Cultural Branding at universities in Czechia and Trinity College Dublin and spoke at conferences in Toronto, Shanghai, Prague, Paris, Slovenia & the UK.

She is a resident author on brand meaning management at Branding Strategy Insider, the world’s primary resource for knowledge of brand strategy, member of The Core Code, new think-tank humanising businesses worldwide, and a fellow of the RSA. She is based in Europe and helps brands find their meaning around the globe.
3.30 PM - 4.00 PM

Coffee Break

4.00 PM - 5.30 PM

Workshop Session 2

Workshop

Want to measure internal marketing communications with greater confidence and conviction? This workshop will help you embrace a data-driven approach to internal communications. Don’t worry, you don’t need to be a statistical genius to get a lot from this workshop. The goal is to help you apply best practice and principles to your organisation so you can add some scientific rigour to your internal communication measurement efforts.  
Darren Coleman

Darren Coleman

Managing Consultant
Wavelength Marketing

Darren has over 20 years marketing experience spanning Europe, the Middle East, South East Asia and Japan. He specialises in helping services brands retain relevance through the brand experiences they build. Given his services brand focus, a large part of the work Darren does entails internal communications and employee engagement. BUPA, Dubai Bank, Maybank, Johnson & Johnson, Orange, Caribbean Airlines, Singapore Airlines and Saudi Telecom Company are amongst the brands he has helped. Darren holds an MA in marketing and PhD in B2B services brand marketing. He is the founder of Wavelength Marketing. Wavelength specialises in helping services brands retain relevance through the experiences they build. Darren recently authored Building brand Experiences: A Practical Guide to Retaining Brand Relevance for global distribution and his book will be translated into Korean and Mandarin in 2020. In his spare time Darren enjoys spending time with his wife and family, playing tennis, motor boating, socialising, scuba diving, snoozing in his Mexican hammock, yoga and watching Birmingham City Football Club. Granted, some are more enjoyable than others.
Workshop

Organisations need change to happen faster to remain competitive. Thus, the way they engage with it is critical to their success. With shorter and shorter time lines and limited resources, how can communications teams make a difference? This practical session goes through a simple 10-stage process to help communicators swiftly understand, and respond to, this evolving change comms challenge.  
Nigel Thornton

Nigel Thornton

Head of Communications (UIS)
University of Cambridge

Nigel Thornton has 25 years’ experience in international corporate communications. He has held senior communication roles in the chemical, life sciences and FMCG sectors with Unilever, Amgen, Syngenta and Clariant. He is currently a head of communications at the University of Cambridge focused on a major change agenda supporting the digitisation across teaching and research.
Nigel has wide ranging expertise including media, digital, marketing, internal and change communications. He has passion for sustainability and considerable experience of helping senior leadership teams to communicate their vision and implement major change programmes effectively.
Workshop

Welcome to the age of the employee. Your workforce is made up of smart, digitally savvy people with high, yet relatively simple expectations – for you to deliver on the promises you made when they joined your organization.  This workshop will explore how the role of internal communications is changing and the impact this can have on culture. We will examine what defines corporate culture, what employees are looking for today and how you can change. We will use case study examples including the experiences of our client Merck.
Workshop

Today, there is a big gap between ‘what organisations are’ and ‘how they portray themselves to be’ which creates a disconnect and a lack of trust and integrity that erodes trustworthiness and loyalty, which in turn erodes value and stunts performance and growth. Martina will show you how to overcome the Gaps of Culture, Context, Trust and Social Impact for your brand or organisation to have true integrity. 
Dr. Martina Olbertova

Dr. Martina Olbertova

Founder & CEO
Meaning.Global

Dr. Martina Olbertova is a brand meaning expert, corporate meaning advisor, cultural strategist and semiotician helping brands worldwide restore their value through the power of meaning. She helps brand and business leaders navigate relevance amidst global cultural complexity to profit from culture change.

Martina is a founder and chief executive of Meaning.Global, a global strategic intelligence consultancy powered entirely by meaning. Meaning is the inner essence of value and relevance. So, for brands to retain their value, meaning needs to be at the core of strategy. She works with brands across sectors to evolve and redefine their meaning in the context of culture, increase brand valuation and boost symbolic equity. Her goal is to bridge the ‘gap of meaning’ between brands/organisations and culture/society to maximise meaningfulness, value creation and long-term growth.

For the past 15 years, Martina has worked in four different countries (UK, Ireland, USA and Czechia) for global clients, including Kantar, Unilever, Vodafone, IBM, London Gatwick, British Land, ICAEW, KBC, Visa, Lloyds Bank, Bank of Ireland, J&J, Heineken or Pernod Ricard. She holds a doctoral degree in Media Studies from the Charles University in Prague and also studied Political Journalism at Georgetown University (USA) and Media and Culture at the University of Glamorgan (UK). As a guest lecturer, she taught Semiotics & Cultural Branding at universities in Czechia and Trinity College Dublin and spoke at conferences in Toronto, Shanghai, Prague, Paris, Slovenia & the UK.

She is a resident author on brand meaning management at Branding Strategy Insider, the world’s primary resource for knowledge of brand strategy, member of The Core Code, new think-tank humanising businesses worldwide, and a fellow of the RSA. She is based in Europe and helps brands find their meaning around the globe.
5.30 PM - 6.00 PM
Impulse

Sarah will explore the concept of inclusive communication and the value it brings to your organization. Prioritizing inclusive communication is a powerful tool to successfully reach your audience and engage ALL of your employees in an authentic way. Specifically, we’ll discuss languages spoken, gender (including trans and nonbinary), background and more.
Sarah Cordivano

Sarah Cordivano

Sr. Diversity & Inclusion Officer
Zalando SE

Sarah Cordivano is Zalando's Sr. Diversity & Inclusion Officer. She is from Philadelphia and has a background in spatial data analysis, community management and project management. She is an active community organizer and advocate for diversity and inclusion. She has called Berlin home for the past two and a half years.
from 6.00 PM

Dinner

Day 2: 25th October

9.00 AM - 9.30 AM

Doors Open

9.30 AM - 10.00 AM

Welcome

Module II: Construction & Finishing

10.00 AM - 10.40 AM
Impulse

In this digital and interconnected world, it is essential to embrace a collaborative leadership approach to successfully implement change. This innovative session will be a powerful mix of business information and music where you will learn the importance of collaborative leadership. Experience collaboration in an exciting way through percussion. Create action items to contribute to the success of your organisation. Get ready for a magical experience!
Mehmet Baha

Mehmet Baha

Founder & Senior Consultant
Solution Folder

Baha is Founder of Solution Folder which provides training solutions to create collaborative work culture in companies. After obtaining a scholarship from Fulbright, he did his master’s in Washington DC, USA in the area of conflict resolution. He has more than 16 years of work experience residing in Germany, USA, Turkey, Cyprus and Ireland. He was also one of the first employees of Facebook in Europe where he helped Facebook scale its business. So far, he has given speeches and carried out training courses in 15 countries across 4 continents. Recently, he completed MIT Sloan Executive Education Program "Leading Organisations and Change". He is also a REMO-endorsed artist. Combining his skills in music and his expertise in business, he designs and delivers innovative learning experiences which empower business professionals to improve collaboration at work.
10.50 AM - 11.30 AM
Best Case

Imagine you could know what everybody is really thinking without having to ask them? Andy will show how the Signoi machine learning platform can be used for fast and rigorous decoding and analysis of unstructured data in the internal communications space, illustrated via a client case study. We will discuss completely new metrics that allow you to test what signals, themes and emotions you are sending out through internal communications, versus what staff are picking up and feeding back. 
Andy Dexter

Andy Dexter

Founder
Signoi Ltd.

Andy has 20 years’ experience and expertise as a serial entrepreneur in the world of marketing, insight and strategy. Founder of multiple award-winning research agencies, and a well known thought leader in the sector, Andy has been experimenting with the measurement of meaning for some years. He believes AI and machine learning approaches generally have a pivotal role to play in improving humans’ understanding of the world around them – and of each other.
Best Case

There’s now global interest in sustainable packaging. How are we engaging our 26,000 employees in over 30 countries to realise our vision and meet this demand? By bringing colleagues together on this journey through digital and inclusive working, and most importantly by leading with hearts and minds.
Niki Fraiss

Niki Fraiss

Head of Internal Communications
Mondi AG

Niki Fraiss found her passion for communication early in life – sharing stories with family and friends, watching people interact and encouraging conversations on all topics. Over the years, this moved into the professional sphere and Niki has now enjoyed 20 fulfilling years in the world of strategic corporate communication for international organisations. Previous roles include Head of Corporate Communication for the UK’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Head of Communication and Media Relations for the UK Energy Retail industry, and Senior Associate at consulting firm APCO Worldwide. Niki has been with Mondi for 6 years and is leading our internal communication and branding function within the Group Communication & Marketing team. Niki has a Masters in European Public Affairs and a Bachelors in Political Science.
11.30 AM - 12.40 PM

Brunch

12.40 PM - 1.20 PM
Best Case

We all want our employees to become brand ambassadors for our company. But how do you engage them and get them excited? Hendrik shares his story on engaging his colleagues in a newly developed employer brand, empowering the company’s own staff to become the face of the brand.
Hendrik de Wit

Hendrik de Wit

Director Corporate Communications
Intertrust Group

Hendrik de Wit is Director Corporate Communication at Intertrust, a Euronext Amsterdam listed financial services provider. With 20 years Marketing & Communications experience within the financial and pharmaceuticals industry, Hendrik managed several M&A trajectories, and key projects such as public listing (IPO), corporate repositioning, rebrandings and launching new strategy, purpose and values.
Best Case

People aren’t interested in messages from the top anymore, and the human brain was never configured to make things relevant with just ‘messages’. People need to understand things in their own ways, so the challenge isn’t reaching people, it’s having them align in teams so they can deliver on their shared challenges together.  The real value from communications in the future is about facilitating alignment between people, when in just hours, people can becommore effective and more prepared to deliver on the strategy than any amount of internal PR would allow.
Lindsay Uittenbogaard

Lindsay Uittenbogaard

Expert in organizational alignment for performance
Mirror Mirror

Lindsay Uittenbogaard began her career running small businesses before spending 15 years in communication leadership roles with multinational organisations in the energy, IT, and telecommunications industries. It was the contrast between micro and macro working environments that sparked an insatiable curiosity around how people align differently in different contexts and the profound implication of that on business performance. This led Lindsay to develop an alignment process for organizations called Mirror Mirror.
An IABC Accredited Business Communicator, Lindsay is also a certified member of the Reputation Institute and a published author in the Gower Handbook on Internal Communication 2008. She holds a Creative Arts degree with honours, post-graduate diplomas in International Business Communication Management, and Broadcast Journalism, and is certified by the CIPD.

1.30 PM - 2.00 PM
Keynote

Staff are your biggest resource. Take a shared common and noble goal, diverse cultures, locations and personalities, an opportunity to show pride, something simple to do, and you have a campaign that connects people across internal borders and goes beyond. Be part of the picture was an internal campaign, celebrating colleagues and engaging them directly as visual agents behind the drive for zero hunger. Different internal platformwere used to drive momentum and encourage participation with surprising results.
Jane Cordelia O'Farrell

Jane Cordelia O'Farrell

Head of Internal Communications
Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations

Jane is an organizational climate and culture protector and provocateur with more than 20 years of experience, motivated by a passion for people engagement.
2.00 PM - 2.30 PM

End of Conference

2.30 PM - 5.30 PM
Additional Seminar

After the Conference you have the opportunity to
further step-up your skills to redesign internal communication
in our additional seminar. Participation is limited.

Additional Seminar Price 350 EUR

TOPICS:  

  1. Facilitative communications – start leading effective meetings! 
  2. Learn facilitation – a basic competency of today’s communications 
  3. Facilitative communication – how to make people communicate more effectively 

Join our facilitation workshop and learn techniques that will help you improve team communications. During this 3-hour seminar you will learn how facilitation can support effective communication, especially in the area of team engagement, decision making processes, creative thinking, conflict solving or knowledge sharing. We will guide you through 4 facilitation techniques, which you will be able to use in your everyday work right after this session. 

Adriana Borucka

Adriana Borucka

Founder and Managing Partner
PinPoint Internal Communications

Ada is a communications professional with over 14 years of experience in both internal & external communications. She has been taking various roles within PR and communications departments in international companies and local PR agencies. In 2016 she founded PinPoint Internal Communications Agency which delivers internal communications strategies and projects as well as offers recommendation and support for management teams on leadership communication.
Ada is also a certified facilitator, who supports companies with facilitation sessions & trainings for management teams, helping them improve employee engagement and build trust in their teams. She is particularly interested in neuroleadership and how it transforms leadership effectiveness.