New workshop: IC Health Check with Liam FitzPatrick


What makes a great IC operation? No matter how good your IC set-up is, there’s always room for improvement. But where do you start and what should you prioritise?

After decades of working with IC teams around the world and in multiple sectors, Liam FitzPatrick helps people focus on seven levers of communications success. No one gets them all right but they provide a powerful checklist for planning a better communication.

Workshop aim

This workshop in London on June 6th, aimed at anyone responsible for internal communications, will get you asking two questions:

  • Am I doing the right things?
  • Am I doing them in the right way?

What we’ll cover

With your peers from a diverse range of organisations you’ll have the space to think about issues like:

  • Aligning with business strategy
  • Engaging senior leaders
  • Deciding what skills you need in your team and where to develop your own capabilities
  • Conducting a channels audit
  • Planning line manager communications
  • Seeing where data and insight fit into your approach.


The workshop is an opportunity to reflect and debate where you should be investing your efforts to have the most impact. Participants will go away with an agenda for developing their own practice and the effectiveness of their communications operations.

Who should come?

Anyone with responsibility for delivering an internal communications plan for their organisation. Whether you are just setting up your IC team or are a veteran of many years you’ll find the practical advice and the framework for reflection invaluable.

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About Liam FitzPatrick

Your workshop leader, Liam FitzPatrick has worked in communications and IC for decades, supporting organisations around the world going though change and growing their teams. He is a well-respected teacher and writer; his second book Successful Internal Communications (co-written with Sue Dewhurst) will be hot off the presses and delegates will be invited to join its launch party after the workshop.

Thursday June 6th, London