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Have you had your say?

Do you have an internal social network in your organisation? Will your use of social media in your professional life increase? These are just two of the questions I’ve been posing to internal comms pros over the past few days in the form of a short survey. You can have your say on all things internal comms and social media and join the 70 other comms pros who have already done so. Huge thanks if you’ve taken part.

What’s this for?
The survey is ahead of my talk at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Inside Internal Comms conference on 7 November on how social media is changing internal comms. I am planning to reveal the results there and will also post on my blog after the event.

If you have any questions about the conference and to book tickets, see the CIPR website or tweet @CIPRInside.

It’s not too late to complete they survey if you haven’t done so already. It has 10 questions and I’m going to run it until Friday 26 October. The final question asks what you’d like to see on my blog in future, so if this is your first time reading Diary of an internal communicator or your umpteenth, your opinions count and I’d love to hear them. So do please take a few moments to have your say. Thank you, Rachel

Take the survey here

 

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