Welcome to episode 10 of FIR presents All Things IC with Rachel Miller.
Every month I publish a free podcast focusing on internal communication as part of the For Immediate Release (FIR) podcast network. Today’s is all about the annual internal comms conference from CIPR Inside that took place yesterday, Thursday 2 October.
Below are the show notes to accompany what I discuss in the 30 minute long episode, plus the links you need to listen to it.
So grab a cuppa and let’s get cracking.
- Social media and employee voice: the current landscape – report by CIPD
- Case study from DVLA re: hackathon
- Social Media inside the Large Enterprise blog post
- SMiLE Storify
- Comms calendar
- News that Rachel has been named a CIPR Fellow
Yesterday’s annual internal communication conference from CIPR Inside resources:
- All the slides from the presentations
- Storify of all the tweets by Dana Leeson @danaleeson: Read them all online
- Storify by the DVLA speakers
- Blog by Kevin Ruck about his new formula for internal communication measurement
If you are a CIPR Inside member, the next event for members is a free webinar on 17 October. It’s taking place from noon-1pm (BST) and features Tim Lloyd. Find out full info and sign up here.
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You can find a whole host of other podcasts to listen to in the network, including the iconic Hobson & Holtz Report, which is now in its tenth year. Find out more information via the network’s Google+ community.
As mentioned in the show, this is my final podcast for the foreseeable future due to my upcoming maternity leave. But it will be back.
Thank you for tuning in,
First published on All Things IC blog 3 October 2014.