How to win at internal comms…have you got the write stuff?

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How to win at internal comms…have you got the write stuff?

Last week I was contacted by Ian Harris who is a Director at Internal-Communication.com. He is currently writing a book and is looking for Internal Communicators to contribute. I provided input and having spoken with him, he’s casting the net wider to offer other Internal Communications professionals the opportunity to have their say too, and you’ve come to the right place to find out more.

Ian says his mission is pretty simple: to share tips, hacks and how-tos that will help internal comms pros get noticed and make a difference in their internal comms. I’ll hand over to him…

Have you got the write stuff?
Would you like to raise your profile as an internal communicator, and help charity at the same time?  I’m working on a new book on internal communication – and I’d like you to feature in it.

How to Win at Internal Comms is a collection of practical tips and helpful advice from internal communications professionals.

Do you have a killer tip or piece of advice for the book?

Can you share a piece of wisdom you wish that you’d have known when you started out in internal comms?

If so I’d love to hear from you, please fill in the form here and share it with me. I’ll feature it with full credit in my new book – How to Win at Internal Comms.

Don’t forget – you’ll be doing your bit for a good cause as all profits from the book will go to Make-A-Wish UK, a charity that grants magical wishes to children facing life-threatening illnesses.

So, if you have a great piece of internal comms advice, please head over to my blog and make sure it’s featured in How to Win at Internal Comms – which will be available on Amazon.co.uk in February 2012.

Thanks!

If you have any questions you can contact Ian via email: Ian@internal-communication.com or call 07834 535864.

Post author: Ian Harris.

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