We’re all aware from the news and our own personal experiences that the cost of living has increased. Whether it’s the weekly food shop, utility prices or fuel for the car, we are all impacted in different ways. Knowing the care that internal communicators have for their colleagues, how can we help during this time […]Read more >
Today we have something new to share with readers of the All Things IC blog as we are launching a new series. We love having conversations with clients and comms friends about all things internal communication related. Each month we’ll be having a Candid Conversation with a member of the internal communication community to hear […]Read more >
For most internal communicators, our daily work includes elements of change communication. What do you think when you hear the word change? Does it fill you with a sense of dread, or do you enjoy it? Change has a multitude of meanings for us as internal communicators and shows up in various forms. Examples include […]Read more >
Last night we joined over 550 PR professionals for the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ Excellence Awards. It’s been three years since the awards have been held in person, and it was wonderful to see Comms pros recognised. I had the pleasure of judging the CIPR Excellence awards again this year and as ever, was […]Read more >
I’ve heard many times internal communicators say they face the challenge of knowing where the boundary is between internal comms and employee experience. Does that resonate with you? As every organisation is different there isn’t a clear answer, but it’s important for us to remember the definition of internal communication comms friends – ‘the overarching […]Read more >
We’re still talking about the relationship between engagement and comms. We hear a lot from our clients and comms friends about the cross over between employee engagement and internal communication. Often, it’s about where the boundary sits between the two areas or who is responsible for engagement. Earlier today, Paul Bennun asked on LinkedIn whether […]Read more >
How are hybrid working conversations going in your organisation? Are you iterating as you go and testing new ways of working, or have you reverted to pre-pandemic plans? Last year we launched an All Things IC Online Masterclass to support internal communicators. An internal communicator’s guide to hybrid working includes lessons to help you consider: […]Read more >
Mental Health Awareness Week is happening from Monday 9 May to Sunday 15 May 2022 in the UK. What can you do as an internal communicator to keep the conversation going? The Mental Health Foundation is the UK’s charity for everyone’s mental health. With prevention at the heart of what they do, the charity aims to find […]Read more >
A new chapter began for All Things IC this week as Communication Consultants Caroline Cubbon King and Dan Holden joined us. I rarely share what we work on, mainly because we work confidentially with internal communicators and companies around the globe. If you’ve seen my Instagram feed @rachelallthingsic you’ll sometimes see behind the scenes glimpses. […]Read more >
Today is a special day at All Things IC as we’re officially welcoming Communication Consultants Caroline Cubbon King and Dan Holden to the team. I established the business in 2013 to offer training, mentoring and consultancy for internal communicators around the globe. Over the years I’ve worked with talented Associate Comms Consultants to support clients, […]Read more >
A new study from the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) reveals that respect amongst chartered professionals in the marketing and public relations industries has improved in the last decade but remains low compared to other professions. The Value of Chartership report was published today. It explores the […]Read more >
Accessible communication isn’t just a nice to have, it is essential inside organisations. Regular readers of my blog or Candid Comms podcast listeners will know my personal story when it comes to accessibility. I’ve shared my lived experience of being a professional communicator with hearing loss, and how this impacts my daily life. I was […]Read more >
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