What influence does the physical work environment have on organisational culture? This is the topic of the latest Culturevist event, which is one of the many things happening for comms pros to attend over the next 10 days.
Here’s my regular Sunday look at what’s coming up, it covers 2 to 12 August 2015. See my comms calendar to plan further ahead.
What’s the state of internal communication?
What challenges do you face in your IC role? What skills do you need to stay current? What’s great about your job? What’s not? Who do you report to? How big is your team? What should your comms team look like?
You’re invited to share your experiences of working in IC as part of a comprehensive study of the profession, so we can all benchmark.
VMA Group, who are specialist comms and marketing communications recruiters, created the survey. It is 77 questions long and will take you 10 minutes to complete.
Events and courses:
- 5 August: PR writing summit, Ragan – webcast
- 6 August: Creative Safari, 6.15-8pm, PRCA, London
- 6 August: Culturevist, 6.15-8.45pm, London
- 11 August: Infographics bootcamp, Ragan, Houston, Tx
Recent All Things IC posts
Over the past week, the following articles have been published on the All Things IC blog:
- How to keep your brand promises internally – guest post by @Involve_UK
- What’s the state of internal communication today? – have your say in this new survey from VMA Group
- IoIC is on the hunt for an ICon – news of awards from the Institute of Internal Communication
- Your Summer reading list… sorted – a complete list of books to read over the holidays
CIPR Inside is the sector group for internal communication professionals as part of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. I go to the conference every year and recommend it.
You can find them on Twitter @CIPRInside.
I will be the first speaker at this year’s conference which is happening on Tuesday 13 October 2015. Speakers will include comms pros from organisations such as GSK, Lockheed Martin, Clarks and Oxfam, among others.
You can find full information via my blog: How to make an impact and save money.
Readers of the All Things IC blog can save 20% on ticket prices – at both early bird and standard prices.
The code you need is: allthingsIC15.
The early bird price is live now. It gives members and non-members up to £100 off the standard ticket price, and general discounts are available for freelancer, public sector and charity practitioners.
The early bird ticket prices run until midnight on Friday 11 September 2015. After this, tickets will be available at the standard price.
Book your tickets here – and remember to use the code allthingsIC15 so you can save money.
Thank you for stopping by, I hope you have a good week.
Post author: Rachel Miller
First published on All Things IC blog 2 August 2015.