Are you looking for a new comms role? There are some cracking jobs around at the moment, from Director of Communications at Microsoft in the US, to Deputy Director of Communications at the Cabinet Office. If you’re spending today researching and preparing submissions, see the All Things IC jobs page or @AllthingsICjobs on Twitter to keep […]Read more >
Are your comms activities worth of an award? The deadlines for the Employer Brand Management Awards and CIPR Excellence awards are just two of the events happening over the next 10 days. Today’s What’s on this week covers 14 to 24 February 2016. If you’d like to plan further ahead, see the comms calendar page. Seeing […]Read more >
“Your company’s culture is something you’re willing to hurt for on a bad day.” This powerful statement was just one that got my brain buzzing yesterday when I spent the day surrounded by fellow culturevists. We’re a network of people interested in how organisations work, and the role culture plays to enable employees and their companies […]Read more >
What can leaders from JustGiving, Google, HSBC and Facebook teach comms pros about company culture? I’m looking forward to finding out during a Company Culture Conference and Hackday on Wednesday 10 February. It’s being hosted by Culturevist in London and there are a few tickets left. Every Sunday I publish What’s on this week. Today’s article covers […]Read more >
If you feel like you don’t have the right skills to do your job, should you leave or stay and try to learn? What options are available if your role has evolved and your company’s Learning & Development scheme isn’t effective? This topic has been recurring for me this week. I’ve advised clients, people I […]Read more >
What’s coming up for comms pros over the festive season? Today’s What’s on this week covers from now until the end of the year. If you’d like to plan further ahead, see my comms calendar and do let me know anything you’re aware of that should be on the list. Thank you for your feedback […]Read more >
Is your company organising events over the festive period? Day eight of my Countdown to Christmas series was first published on the All Things IC blog in May this year, and should give you some top tips to help you with yours. Don’t forget to read my guide to Christmas comms if you’re looking for […]Read more >
How are your Christmas plans coming along? My twin sons are turning one-year-old on 25 December and we’re due to move house a couple of days before Christmas – it’s a busy time in the Miller household! Here’s my regular Sunday look at what’s coming up for comms pros to attend. It covers 6 – […]Read more >
How are your Christmas comms activities going? Need a hand? See my guide to creating Christmas comms for some top tips. Here’s my regular Sunday look at what’s on this week for communication professionals. It includes Christmas drinks I’m hosting alongside my fellow The IC Crowd @theICcrowd co-founders Jenni Field and Dana Leeson in London […]Read more >
Why should you consider your employer brand? Why is it important and what do you need to know? (The term is used to describe an organisation’s reputation as an employer, rather than the general brand reputation. See my glossary for more info.) Here Brittany Golob, (pictured) editor of Communicate magazine, writes for the All Things […]Read more >
This week’s upcoming Strategic Internal Communications conference promises to equip IC pros with all you need to know to turn strategy into action. All Things IC has teamed up with PR Week to offer readers of my blog £100 off the ticket price. It’s happening on 24 November 2015 at 30 Euston Square, London. Simply […]Read more >
What’s on this week? Here’s my regular Sunday look at what’s happening for comms pros to attend over the next 10 days and beyond. There’s a lot on between now and 10 November including an infographics summit hosted by Ragan in New York, internal social media training at PR Academy and the latest advanced diploma […]Read more >
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