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All Things ICOver the years I have published around 100 articles from comms pros on my blog, featuring their thoughts on comms books, career advice, initiatives at their workplace and much more.

There are lots of smart people working in comms and I’m proud to highlight some of the good work that is taking place inside organisations throughout the UK and beyond.

I enjoy reading their points of view, and feedback from my blog readers shows you do too. Some writers are comms students who are looking to expand their networks and would like opportunities to have work published, others are professionals who have worked in the industry for a long time and have great stories to share.

If you have an idea for an article, do please check out my guidelines and contact me with your proposal, and you could see your name here.

I have collated a list of all the posts I’ve published from guest writers to date and you can view them via this page or using the tag guest.

Some guest articles you may have missed include:
Helen Deverell on being an introvert working in internal communication
Euan Semple on Organisations don’t tweet, people do
Billy Hamilton on internal communication measurement
Stefan Stojadinovic on being a student of internal communication
Hayley McGarvey on How do you engage people with disabilities?
Kayley Peters wrote a student’s view of using social media for internal communication
Padraic Knox on Strategy in action – the Vodafone way
Nada Enan on Comms reflections from the Middle East

I look forward to hearing from you and reading about the good work you’re doing.


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