What are your relationships like with your leaders and stakeholders in your organisation? Do you feel able to say no to them? When you are working as an internal communicator, you need to be able to say no. This is a fairly controversial topic, but a critical one. It was prompted by two conversations I […]Read more >
Do you repurpose your internal communication? How do you make your IC channels work collectively well together? These are some of the topics I’ve examined in this week’s episode of the Candid Comms podcast. This episode includes: What does repurposing mean? What type of content can be repurposed? What mindset is useful when creating content? […]Read more >
Communication professionals are left to clean up the mess when an organisation faces a data related crisis. This is usually without having been fully immersed in the issues surrounding data management and processing in their organisations. Do you have a plan in place to act on issues related to Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR)? Would you […]Read more >
When a new organisation is formed, it often starts small. The company is known as a startup and it’s in its first stage of operations. Over time, Founders or Owners hire people around them and start to expand. Teams are recruited, services grow and processes and systems are created. However, there’s a point in the […]Read more >
The art of creating engaging content that inspires, educates and delights audiences is something Comms pros are well versed in. We talk a lot about growing channels and creating nurturing conditions for communication to flourish. Today I’m delighted to welcome Comms professional Daisy Payne to the All Things IC blog, to focus on growth of […]Read more >
This week’s Candid Comms podcast features Keith Riley, Communications Executive at law firm DWF, and I talking about all things diversity and inclusion related. As we recorded this episode, we both built the new Everyone Is Awesome LEGO kit, 40516, which celebrates positivity and kindness in families, communities and the world. This week’s show covers: […]Read more >
What role do line managers play when it comes to internal communication in your organisation? How do they impact the way communication happens? Regular readers of my All Things IC blog will recognise this topic as I write and speak about it frequently. It was also a popular episode of my Candid Comms podcast. Only […]Read more >
A sense of belonging is something we all crave, whether in our personal lives or at work. Connecting with people that share our values and passions makes us feel part of something bigger than ourselves. In today’s episode of the Candid Comms podcast, I’ve examined this topic and focused on what we need to know, […]Read more >
Are you looking for a job as an internal communicator? Perhaps you’re looking to move into the profession, or would like to find a new role. This episode will help you think it through. It covers: How to apply for internal communication roles How to prepare for an interview Ways to learn about organisations The […]Read more >
What does it mean to be a strategic internal communicator? What does it look like? How can you work in a strategic way? This topic kicks off season two of my Candid Comms podcast. The episode has just been published and covers: What working strategically means How to know if you’re working in a strategic […]Read more >
How can you use the power of the whole communication toolkit – also known as proper strategic communication – effectively? We talk a lot in the world of internal communication about working strategically. In fact episode one of season two of my Candid Comms podcast address this exact topic. It will be published tomorrow, Sunday […]Read more >
Are you using a podcast for internal communication inside your organisation? Have you been using audio more over the past year? If you’re thinking about creating an internal podcast, this article will help you think it through. I’m noticing more of my clients using podcasts inside their organisations, from “roving reporter” style shows featuring employees […]Read more >
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