How to Add Digital Transformation Capabilities to Your Communication Toolbox
Presented by Angela Lapré
25 June 2020
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*** How to Add Digital Transformation Capabilities to Your Communication Toolbox
Presented by Angela Lapré
Don’t have a seat at the table when your company is talking about digital transformation, “going agile,” or when exploring AI or machine learning technologies?
With some basic steps, you can begin to build your digital transformation acumen and demonstrate just how vital strong communications is to any successful transformation project.
In addition, it’s also crucial employees begin to understand these new technologies so they, too, can thrive in these transformative times. With a basic understanding of key digital technologies communicators can also be at the forefront toward increasing employee digital literacy, further establishing one’s value as a trusted communication adviser.
Many companies are zooming ahead with transformation projects. Don’t be left behind, and instead increase your professional profile and leadership skills by helping shape the future of technology and work.
Presenter / Angela Lapré: is fearlessly transforming the communication profession, with deep experience in both internal and external communication; reimagining the value communicators deliver in the (relatively) uncharted waters of digital transformation. Coupled with sound foundational communication strategies, the result is an unstoppable blend of positive business and cultural change management. Lapré has a bachelor degree in journalism from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the University of California, Monterey Bay.
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1.) Communications Director, The State of Kansas, Shawnee County, KS
2.) Communications Coordinator, City of Abilene, Abilene, Kansas
3.) Communication Coordinator, Medix, South Portland, ME
4.) Director of Communications & Policy, British Medical Association, London, UK
5.) PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, US Department of the Army, Winchester, VA
6.) Corporate Communications Specialist – Contractor, Santen, Inc., Emeryville, CA
7.) Communications Director, Congressman Rob Wittman (R-VA) (VA-01), Washington, DC
8.) DIRECTOR, CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS & COMMUNICATIONS, U.S.-CHINA ECONOMIC AND SECURITY REVIEW COMMISSION, Washington, DC
9.) Marketing and Communications Specialist, Greenbush Southeast Kansas Education Service Center, Garden City, KS
10.) Strategic Communications Analyst, DCS Corp, Aberdeen, MD
11.) Marketing Communication Specialist, Karcher North America, Denver, Colorado
12.) Global Marketing Communication Specialist, BioReliance ® End-to-End Solutions service within the Process Solutions division, MilliporeSigma, Merck KGaA, Burlington, Massachusetts
13.) Sr. Analyst/Specialist-Scientific content writer-Materials science, Merck KGaA, Bangalore, India
14.) Intern Global Marketing Communications f/m, Merck KGaA, Molsheim, France
15.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Hunter Health Clinic, Wichita, KS
16.) Visual Communication Specialist – German Speaker, McKinsey & Company, Poznań, Poland
17.) Senior Manager, Strategic Communications, Best Friends Animal Society, Remote
18.) Social Media Coordinator, Long Motor Corporation, Lenexa, KS
19.) Sr Manager, Internal Communications, Horizon Therapeutics, Lake Forest, IL
20.) Content and Communications Strategist, NPC International – dba, Wendy’s, Leawood, KS
21.) Public Relations Manager, American Express, New York, NY
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22.) Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Communications Manager, Law School Admissions Council, Inc., Newtown, Pennsylvania
23.) System Director, Communications, Main Line Health, Radnor, PA
24.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Lundbeck, Deerfield, IL
25.) Internal Communications Manager, Amazon.com Services LLC, Seattle, WA
26.) Sr. Marketing Manager, Amazon Fashion Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico
27.) Global Communications Lead, Startups, Amazon Web Services, Inc., Denver, CO
28.) Communications Director, Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), Washington, DC
29.) Public Relations Specialist, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas, Topeka, KS
30.) Director of Investor Relations & Corporate Communications, HD Vest, Irving, TX
31.) Communications Manager, The Good Food Institute Europe, Flexible – we will consider applicants from anywhere in Europe
32.) Associate Director Scientific Communications, Astellas, Northbrook, IL
33.) Communications Manager (Internal), Veolia North America, Boston, Massachusetts
34.) Public Outreach Specialist, Choctawhatchee Bay Estuary Program/ Okaloosa BCC, Okaloosa County, FL
35.) Media Relations Specialist – Aviation, Garmin, Olathe, KS
36.) Director of Public Affairs and Public Relations, Compassion International, Washington, DC
37.) Senior Corporate Communications Writer, Compassion International, Colorado Springs, CO
38.) Global Marketing Communications Specialist III, Compassion International, Colorado Springs, CO
39.) Adjunct – Communications, Newman University, Wichita, KS
40.) Corporate diversity and inclusion and internal communications associate, Chemonics, Washington, DC
41.) Senior Manager, Global Internal Communications, Danaher, Framingham, MA / Concord, Ontario, Canada
42.) Senior Manager, Global Internal Communications, SCIEX, Danaher, Framingham, MA / Concord, Ontario, Canada
43.) Marketing Communications Leader, Cytiva, Danaher, Little Chalfont, United Kingdom / Marlborough, Massachusetts / Uppsala, Sweden
44.) Public Affairs Specialist, Indian Health Service, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, Rockville, MD
45.) Senior Communications Specialist, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA
46.) Public Affairs Specialist, Interior, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, Baileys Crossroads, Virginia
47.) Digital Communications Manager, Hounslow Council, LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW, London, UK
48.) OG X-Public Affairs Office-PAO, DWA Northrup Grumman, Fort Leavenworth, KS
49.) Communications Director, Conveners.org, Remote
50.) Lead Communication Specialist (Open to both U.S. Citizens and Federal Employees), Office of the Secretary of Transportation, Washington, District of Columbia
51.) Press Assistant, Staffmark, De Pere, WI
52.) Commercial Communications Manager, Dairy Farmers of America. Kansas City, KS
53.) Communications Manager, Dairy Farmers of America, East Syracuse, New York
54.) Communications Deputy Director, Public Citizen, Washington, DC
55.) Content Marketing Specialist, Litehouse, Inc., SANDPOINT, ID
56.) Lead Public Affairs Specialist, Minority Business Development Agency, Department of Commerce, Washington, District of Columbia
57.) Communication Business Partner Retail Operations, IKEA, Malmö, Skåne, Sweden
58.) Communication & Information Specialist (m/w/d), IKEA, Diedenbergen, Hesse, Germany
59.) Site Communications Specialist, IKEA, American Canyon, California
60.) Communications Manager – College Excellence Program, Aspen Institute, Washington, DC
61.) Director of Communications, APG, Washington, DC
62.) Strategist & Communications Planner, Rescue Agency, Seattle, WA
63.) Strategist & Communications Planner, Rescue Agency, San Diego, CA
64.) VIDEO EDITOR/CAMERA OPERATOR, Rescue Agency, San Diego, CA
65.) Communications Director, National Wildlife Federation, Washington, DC
66.) Communications Manager (Internal), Veolia North America, Boston, MA
67.) Strategic Communications Manager, Fair4All Finance, London, UK
68.) Communications & Community Relations Director, Town of Normal, Normal, Illinois
69.) Vice President of Marketing and Communications, ManTech International, Herndon, VA
70.) Vice President & Chief Communications Officer – Office of Communications, Howard University, Washington, DC
71.) Director of Communications (offered by Dorothy Drummer & Associates), East Foundation, San Antonio, TX
72.) COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE, BIG CITIES HEALTH COALITION, The de Beaumont Foundation, Bethesda, MD
73.) Public Affairs and Corporate Communications Director, WilsonHCG, Los Angeles, CA
74.) Communications Specialist 2 – External Communications (1157-2020), NuScale Power, Portland, Oregon (Flexible, Home Office)
75.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Vigor, LLC, Seattle, WA
76.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Vigor, LLC, Portland, OR
77.) Regional Communications Officer- Lancashire and Scotland (part-time), Emmaus, BIRMINGHAM, United Kingdom
78.) Communication Lead Consultant, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Mooresville, NC
79.) Senior Systems Analyst Communications, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Mooresville, NC
80.) Manager Communications, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Mooresville, NC
81.) Senior Manager – Corporate Communications – Caribbean Banking, RBC, Toronto, ON
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82.) Executive Director, Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust, Franconia, NH
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091-20 10.06.2020: 0330 UTC: Posn: 00:02.8N – 050:58.6W, Macapa Anchorage, Brazil.
Duty crew onboard an anchored bulk carried noticed two unauthorised persons on the aft deck. As he approached to investigate the two persons armed with a knife and pipe threatened the watchkeeper who retreated and reported the attack to the OOW. Alarm raised and crew mustered. Seeing the alerted crew the robbers escaped with stolen ship’s properties. Incident reported to Port Authority and local agent.
090-20 09.06.2020: 1900 UTC: Posn: 03:14.3N – 004:43.0E, Around 95nm SW of Bayelsa, Nigeria.
Five persons in a skiff, approached a container ship underway. The D/O raised the alarm, activated the fire pump, increased speed and commenced evasive manoeuvres. After several attempts to board the ship the skiff aborted and moved away. Ship and crew safe. Incident reported to the Authorities and Security Escort Company.
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How to Add Digital Transformation Capabilities to Your Communication Toolbox
Presented by Angela Lapré
25 June 2020