Inner Strength Communication is growing! We recently expanded into Montreal with the addition of Lisa Bélanger as Senior Account Director, Internal and Change Communications.

Lisa is an award-winning strategic communicator with 15+ years of experience leading corporate and change communication programs. She is a PROSCI Certified Change Manager with extensive expertise developing change communication programs to achieve organizational change vision while increasing employee engagement.

Previously, Lisa was Director Canadian Division Communications at Manulife. In this role, she was responsible for managing complex, fast-moving and unexpected communications within tight timescales while guiding communications for C-suite leaders and through acquisitions, reorganizations, financial results, strategy launches, crises and culture.

Prior to Manulife, she was a senior communications consultant with Standard Life Canada where she planned and executed communications for the President & CEO, Human Resources and large and small-scale change programs to help build a customer-centric culture throughout the organization.

Lisa holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto and a Certificate in Public Relations from Ryerson University.

Connect with Lisa:

Inner Strength Communication Inc.
1000 de la Gauchetière Ouest
Montreal, QC

T: 514-448-2164

Link in with Lisa here https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-belanger-6496a56/

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