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 >
Would you like to learn about internal communication and discover practical tools, top tips and insights from peers? Today we have news of the first IC Summit from the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ (CIPR) sub-group Inside. The group is celebrating its 20th birthday and hosting The Inside Summit on Tuesday 19 March 2024. Whether you’re […]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 >
The 16th edition of the Gallagher State of the Sector 2024 report is now available to download. The report provides insights on internal communication and employee experience based on 2,300 respondents across the globe. It’s a helpful report that we often reference during our training sessions and internal communication audits and reviews, helping clients and […]Read more >
What is the role of senior leaders when it comes to listening? How important is it for senior leaders to listen well inside organisations? Today we have a guest article for you by Dr Kevin Ruck. He’s the co-founder of PR Academy, the largest provider of Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) qualifications, and the course […]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 >
Do you want to learn more about the history of internal communication? In the final episode of Season One of the History of Internal Communication podcast, All Things IC Comms Consultant Dan Holden joins Dr Joe Chick, Research Fellow on the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Katie Marlow, Communication Consultant. Dan was the […]Read more >
The Edelman Trust Barometer was published this week and as ever, it’s a valuable read for internal communicators. Now in its 24th year, it provides insights on trust levels and perceived credibility towards Governments, Leadership teams and other authorities with influence. It’s a big read (69 pages), so we’ve taken a look and extracted what […]Read more >
Are you using audio as part of your internal communication in 2024? Do you have plans to start or revitalise a podcast in your organisation? Season Five of the Candid Comms podcast has just ended. There are now 57 episodes available if you need help on all things internal communication related. I’ve been reviewing the […]Read more >
Are you starting the new year planning your professional development? Is 2024 the year you want to increase your IC skills, knowledge and confidence? Would you like support refocusing your priorities for the year ahead? Wherever you are in the world and whatever your budget is, we have a learning option for you. If you […]Read more >
How has this year been for you? Thank you to all the internal communicators and organisations who’ve invited my team (known as Team Teal) and I to support you in 2023. I published a LinkedIn newsletter yesterday to reflect on a year in Comms, as we come to the end of our 10th birthday year. […]Read more >
Back in 2017, I published an article called ‘Who am I?’ by values expert Jackie Le Fèvre. Today, five-and-a-half years since writing that first piece, Jackie, who is now Dr Le Fèvre after successfully completing her PhD this year, is back. Here she writes for the All Things IC blog to reflect and pose some […]Read more >
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