What’s on for comms pros this week

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What’s on for comms pros this week

PRideawardsEvery year numerous award schemes call on you to have your hard work recognised, and this week is no exception.

I’ve just judged two categories of the Institute of Internal Communication Awards, and the shortlist will be revealed later in the summer.

Now the early bird deadline is looming for the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ (CIPR) PRide Awards.

Today’s What’s on this week covers 4 – 14 June 2016. You can plan further ahead using my Comms Calendar.

PRide awards
The CIPR PRide awards deadline is 14 June, with a late entry deadline of 21 June 2016.

They’re the leading regional PR awards and recognise the outstanding work you’ve been delivering for your clients and employers across the UK.

The awards map is below so you can choose the relevant one for your region. See their website for full information.

Pride map

Top tips to help you enter awards

Want to know how to enter comms awards? I’ve judged many awards over the years and have created a guide and infographic to help you know what judges are looking for.

Further reading: How to enter comms awards.

Further reading: CIPR’s guide to entering awards.

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What’s on this week

The Institute of Internal Communication is inviting professional communicators to enter their search to find the next IoIC Fellows.

I was honoured to be named an IoIC Fellow recently and encourage you to check out their website to see if you’re eligible or someone in your team is.

Find a new comms job

AllthingsICjobsThank you to all the new advertisers on the All Things IC jobs site. If you’re looking for a new role, search the page to find vacancies from interns to Global Directors.

You can also find them listed on Twitter @AllthingsICjobs.

It is kept updated constantly and you can list your vacancy from just £30+VAT per week if you’re a nonprofit.

Companies who have chosen to advertise with us include PepsiCo, O2, RNLI, Specsavers and many more.

See my how to place your job ad page for full information and to place your role.

Thank you for stopping by. I hope you have a great week.

Rachel

Post author: Rachel Miller

First published on the All Things IC blog 5 June 2016.

 

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