is an internal communication and employee engagement strategist. She has been working on communication management for 18 years, written hundreds of different texts and articles, and managed the teams herself. She has had actual practice in involving colleagues, strengthening trust, providing feedback, and receiving feedback. In addition, she has been at the epicenter of both crises and changes, which have required the ability to create structured communication in the most challenging situations.
Employers such as the State Revenue Service, Hansabank, Latvian Investment Development Agency, Ombudsman’s Office, Education Development Agency, Latvian Post, and Corporate Relations Company Hauska & Partner have developed Ieva’s experience. Over the past seven years, she has spoken at international and local conferences, seminars, and webinars. Ieva Zaumane trains management teams in communication leadership, change management, communication and facilitates the coaching sessions and practical workshops. She also educates the new generation of communication practitioners, teaching at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences and Riga Stradiņi University.
We don’t have to be managers to be communications leaders who embody honest, open, targeted communication with colleagues. We need to be aware of ourselves as informal leaders who can effectively communicate with others and are an example for colleagues. Suppose we practice the ability to formulate our thoughts, define them, provide them, get feedback, and talk with respect even in the most challenging situations. In that case, we can say good words to colleagues. We are pleasant colleagues and contribute to the team’s microclimate, productivity, and business goals.
different levels of management and employees
years of experience
days of challenge