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Roger D’Aprix is an internationally known communication consultant, lecturer and author who has assisted scores of Fortune 500 companies in developing their communication strategies and redesigning their communication training.
His long list of clients includes such organizations as Comcast, Cisco Systems, DuPont, Lucent Technologies, General Motors, Saturn Corporation, Hewlett-Packard, EDS, GE Capital Services, Marsh, Pfizer and scores of others. He is generally regarded as one of the leading-edge thinkers in the formulation of communication strategy and practice for contemporary organizations.
In 1998 IABC named him ‘one of the most influential thinkers in the communication profession in the last 25 years.’ In 1978 that organization also gave him its highest award when it named him an IABC Fellow.
For 15 years he held senior positions with two of the leading human resources consulting companies. He served as vice president and global practice leader for Towers Perrin’s human resource communication practice and as principal and service developer for Mercer Human Resource Consulting. Before that, he led employee communication for Xerox Corporation and held executive communication positions at General Electric and Bell and Howell.
He has written six books on employee communication, including his best selling “Communicating for Change: Connecting the Workplace with the Marketplace” published by Jossey-Bass, Inc. His most recent book, published by Jossey-Bass in 2009, is “The Credible Company: Communicating with Today’s Skeptical Workforce.”
He writes a regular column for the UK publication, Strategic Communication Management, on communication leadership and other employee communication issues.
A long-time speaker and lecturer at corporate and professional meetings as well as a webinar leader, he teaches distance-learning courses for Ithaca College’s graduate professional courses in communication.