Nordic Communications Report 2022: Where are we heading?
Which strategic issues will dominate the communication profession in the coming years?
How does the desire for diversity recognition, equality and inclusion affect communication? What about the mental health of communication professionals and how can one be an empathic leader in times of collaborative working?
The Nordic Alliance for Communication & Management (#NORA), together with the communication associations of Sweden (Sveriges Kommunikatörer), Denmark (K1), Finland (ProCom), and Norway (Kommunikasjonsforeningen), would like to invite you to the launch webinar of the NORDIC COMMUNICATIONS REPORT 2022, where we will discuss those questions and shed light on challenges and trends that are currently shaping the profession. This also includes looking at the current state of CommTech implementation in communication departments in the Nordic countries and discussing quality dimensions in external consultancy as well as the question of establishing uniform quality standards.
As the second Nordic study of the communication sector, produced in cooperation with the European Communication Monitor series, the Nordic Communications Report provides exclusive insights into the communication practices of professionals from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland.
- Time:Wednesday, 28 September 2022 11:00 - 12:00
- Contact:#NORA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The webinar will be moderated by Dennis Larsen (Board Member of the European Association of Communication Directors; Managing Partner at ReputationInc). Winni Johansen, professor of corporate communication at Aarhus University and adjunct professor at BI Norwegian Business School will present the results followed by a panel discussion among heads/(vice)chairpersons of the four Nordic communication associations:
Her research interests include crisis management and crisis communication, change communication, consulting, social media, environmental communication and strategic communication in private and public organizations.
She is also founder and manager of Mannheimer communication agency.
Previously he worked as Vice President and Director at PR consultancy BCW and as a communications entrepreneur. He has a professional background in journalism and has worked as a reporter, managing editor and editor-in-chief for newspapers and magazines.Previously he worked as Vice President and Director at PR consultancy BCW and as a communications entrepreneur. He has a professional background in journalism and has worked as a reporter, managing editor and editor-in-chief for newspapers and magazines.
He is an executive leadership advisor and director of Resonans Nordic. Nilsson has 25+ years of experience as communication consultant and as communications manager in Lundbeck, Nordea, Securitas and Alfa Laval.
Among her previous engagements are the roles as Director of Communication within NGOs, Save the Children and the Swedish Guides and Scouts and before that entrepreneur and Client Director on several Communication bureaus in Sweden. Together with her teams, she has received several prizes and awards for successful communication.