We are PASSIONATE ABOUT IMPROVING INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS
and to communicate change in a way that everyone can benefit. Together with our clients we strengthen communication within the company, in a way that leads to the positive development of employees, managers and the company as a whole. Our goal is to make people’s work easier, more communicative, and more meaningful – every day.
We are a dedicated team that has been working in the field of internal communication and change communication for years.
We have extensive experience in corporate communication and crisis communication. Primarily we advise large and medium-sized companies, specialising in comprehensive and feasible plans, complete for implementation, for all their internal communications needs.
Professional internal communication must support medium-sized companies in achieving their goals. In doing so, the focus should be on usefulness and feasibility – and not only a daunting list of what is technically possible.
Founder and Managing Director
More than 15 years of experience in communications consultancy with a focus on corporate and internal communications
- 2020 founded CHANGE YOUR MIND Communications Agency
- 2009–2020 founded and served as Managing Director of PR Süd Strategische Kommunikation, Biberach
- 2003–2008 Consultant for Corporate Communications at A&B ONE, Frankfurt
- 1999–2002 Master in Communication & Media Science, Economics and Politics at the University of Leipzig
- 1997-1998 Bachelor of Communication & Media Science, Economics and Politics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich
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Many who work in large companies may shrug their shoulders at this question. However, in medium-sized companies things often look different. Usually, they do not have an internal communications department. If marketing, HR and management have shared the communication tasks so far, who then takes charge of internal communication?