What can leaders from JustGiving, Google, HSBC and Facebook teach comms pros about company culture?
Every Sunday I publish What’s on this week. Today’s article covers 7 to 17 February 2016 and includes how you can save money off a PR Week event.
As Valentine’s Day is looming, don’t forget to see my guide to How to woo a comms pro for lots of gift ideas. Not celebrating? You could always bookmark it for Secret Santa.
Want to plan further ahead? See my Comms Calendar.
Company Culture Conference and Hackday
Back to this week… The Culturevist event will hear from Dame Zarine Kharas, CEO at JustGiving, Alice Breeden, Director, People Operations at Google, Emmajane Varley, Global Head of Insight, Culture & Group CEO Comms at HSBC and Viktor Kelemen, Engineer at Facebook.
What’s on this week
- 10 February: Company Culture Conference, Culturevist
- 16 February: Deadline for Employer Brand Management Awards
- 16 February: Effective news writing skills, IoIC.
Save money via All Things IC
I’ve partnered with PR Week to offer All Things IC blog readers the chance to save 10% off tickets for the PR Week 360 Global Festival by using the code AIIC10.
It’s returning to London for the second year and runs from 26-29 April 2016. The festival is billed as the only one of its kind – a space where communicators from around the world can gather to debate, discuss, and celebrate the biggest opportunities and challenges for the profession.
To save money on your ticket/s, enter this code at the checkout: AIIC10.
Keep an eye on my Free Stuff page as that’s where you can find the latest deals.
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Find a new comms role
Are you looking for a new job? See the jobs page of the All Things IC website for the latest vacancies.
From Internships to Comms Directors, there’s often a wide variety of roles available to choose from. The majority are directly from the employing company rather than a recruitment agency.
You can advertise your role from as little as £30+VAT per week if you’re a nonprofit organisation.
I hope you have a good week,
Post author: Rachel Miller
First published on the All Things IC blog 7 February 2016.