Internal comms TV episode 10

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Internal comms TV episode 10

Today’s internal comms TV episode has just been published via my YouTube channel.

The links I mention in the clip and that you can refer to for more information are below.

Missed an episode? You can catch up with previous ones here and can subscribe to my channel so you never miss one.

On my blog this week

Crisis communication checklist article

Blurred lines – How organisations are using external channels for internal comms

Guest articles

How to make your enterprise social network a success – by Kostas Kastrisios, @kostas_ks.

How comedy can prepare you for internal comms – by Julia Collings.

CIPR Inside events and awards

InsideStory awards – internal communication awards now open for sponsorship and entries by CIPR Inside @CIPRInside.
CIPR webinar with Kevin Ruck on Internal communication and employee engagement, 15 November. Free for CIPR members.

Plus, also from CIPR Inside – Social media in the workplace event – Ask the Guru, on 19 November featuring Euan Semple, @euan and Marc Wright, @simplycomm

The IC Crowd

Christmas drinks on 5 December in London.
Find the crowd on Twitter @the ICcrowd, our website and Google+. Thank you to Weber Shandwick for sponsoring.

You can find out more about the crowd here.

Here’s episode 10:

As a final thought for today I’m going to leave you with a Halloween video I spotted from Surrey Police yesterday that made me smile. It’s a Halloween parody of Ylvis, What Does The Cop Say?

Enjoy!

Rachel

Post author: Rachel Miller

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