What has the latest Enterprise Social Network (ESN) on the block been up to since its official launch in October? Could it really be the community glue that helps employees stick together? What’s the role of chatbots at work? Tony Stewart, @TSDigi, Head of Digital at scarlettabbott was lucky enough to attend the ‘Discover Workplace’ event […]Read more >
Fewer than 50 per cent of communicators believe the implementation of internal social media tools in their organisation has been successful. Does that include you? That’s one of the findings from a new PR Academy survey of internal communication, PR and digital communication professionals about the use of enterprise social networks (ESNs). Despite the challenges to the […]Read more >
When it comes to enterprise social networks (ESN), what skills do communicators need and what do you need to think through? You’re in the right place to find out. Silvia Cambie @silviacambie (pictured) is a digital strategist responsible for helping major corporations increase adoption and get the most out of their investment in technology including enterprise social […]Read more >
Who can you turn to in your contacts book to ask for confidential advice and guidance about all things enterprise social network (ESN) related? I regularly get emails from people asking for my opinion, but what if there was a whole room of your peers willing and able to share their stories? Well now there is, […]Read more >
What happens when you encourage employees to become the stars of an advertising campaign and how can you use your enterprise social network to recruit them? You’re in the right place to find out. In February I featured comms pro Tony Stewart writing about the good work he was doing with his enterprise social network […]Read more >
Much has been written about introducing an enterprise social network (ESN), you can find a plethora of case studies online from comms pros and suppliers all offering advice and guidance. But what’s the reality? What can go wrong? What works? Today Jessica Bull, @JessicaBull50, Corporate Communications Manager at Parliamentary ICT shares her experience in the form […]Read more >
A couple of weeks ago I came across a trend that has been gathering pace, when I spotted news that my local branch of the Women’s Institute in West London had “yarnstormed” the site of the Ealing Empire Cinema with knitted graffiti. Then today I discovered the striking image on this page @GiveBloodNHS showing Sheffield station, […]Read more >
What happens when you encourage employees to become the stars of an advertising campaign and how can you use your enterprise social network to recruit them? You’re in the right place to find out. Tony Stewart, @TSDigi, (pictured) is International Internal Community Manager at NBCUniversal International. Here he writes for my blog to share what happens when […]Read more >
Every day I am approached by students, companies and comms pros who are looking to tell their stories and share their thoughts. One such message really stood out recently, from Steph Ayre, @stephanie_ayre, (pictured) about how internal communication does not feature in PR degrees. She graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in July 2013 with a BA […]Read more >
Are there certain communication-related words that frustrate you? Stuart Rhys Thomas recently shared a post on LinkedIn asking what communication-related words people hate. Within a week, he had over 360 comments. He’s written for the All Things IC blog to share three actions communicators can take to help prevent jargon in their organisations. Stuart has […]Read more >
Thank you to everyone who entered our Valentine’s Day competition to win a bundle of All Things IC stationery. It was wonderful to read all your responses, showing a full range of reasons why we love our career as internal communicators. The lucky winner is Marleen van Willigen, Head of Internal and Client Communication, selected […]Read more >
What will the future bring for internal communicators? The latest findings in the report ‘Creating sustainable future for internal communicators’ by the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) helps the profession look at key opportunities and risks over the next five years. The report focuses on four pillars of opportunity: technology, people, sustainability and employment. It […]Read more >
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