How to structure your intranet

How does your intranet affect your ability to reach colleagues, communicate important matters, and start dialogues? Intranets may be the foundation of your digital internal communications, but they have to be designed and configured in the right way. I have news of a course to help you do just that, and a guest post to […]

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The winners are…

Thank you to everyone who put their names forward to win a day of my time as part of National Volunteers’ Week 2015. After seeing the interest, I decided to pick two organisations to benefit from a day each. So I’m delighted to announce the winners are: National Osteoporosis Society The National Osteoporosis Society (NOS) is […]

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How to get on in Communications: Be nice

Do you have enlightened self interest? I’d not thought about that question before until Zude PR’s David Sawyer approached me to contribute to an article he was writing called How to get on in Communications: Be nice. It’s hot off the press and, in his words, features 36 of the world’s leading communication experts sharing their top […]

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The world’s most significant brands?

What are your most significant brands? The ones you couldn’t live without and would miss if they disappeared tomorrow? I live in a house powered by technology. The Internet of Things is alive and well in the Miller household due to the geekiness of my husband and I. So for me, Apple plays a key […]

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Why women don’t speak at conferences

It takes balls to speak at industry conferences, but you don’t need balls to do so. Apart from that being the cheekiest intro I’ve ever written on my blog, it’s true. Where are all the women speakers at industry conferences? This question is gathering pace after the recent Online Influence Conference in Cardiff, Wales. IBM’s […]

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Is Thomas Cook’s sunny heart now broken?

The reputation of family-friendly travel company Thomas Cook has plummeted due to the way it handled the appalling tragedy of two children’s deaths and the fact it took eight years for them to apologise. Christi Shepherd, 7, and her six-year-old brother Bobby died from carbon monoxide poisoning from a faulty boiler while on a Thomas […]

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PR Week unveils its Top 30 under 30

Congratulations to this year’s 30 under 30 comms pros who have just been named by PR Week here in the UK. Having been on the list myself back in 2009 (when it was 29 under 29), I’m always keen to recognise and celebrate when others are honoured for doing a great job. To make it easier […]

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What you need to know about mental wellbeing

Today is the start of Mental Health Awareness Week 2015 #MHAW15, so I thought I’d share some resources to help you think through how to communicate mental wellbeing. It’s time to talk about mental health. The era of the stigma is over, and as communicators we can facilitate those conversations and discussions in our organisations (Tweet this) […]

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It’s a girl… how brands are welcoming the Princess

To mark the occasion of the birth of The Duke and Duchess’s daughter, we asked people to send us their photographs telling us about any recent new arrivals using the hashtag #WelcomeToTheFamily. We enjoyed reading them and have pulled them into a Storify blog for you – thank you all for posting!

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The Smart Upstart Club invites you to its launch

Thinking of starting your own business, going freelance or are an aspiring entrepreneur? If so and you’re looking for advice, I’ve heard about an event which could be your ideal starting point. Friday 5 June 2015 is the launch of The Smart Upstart Club at The Institute of Directors in London – and you’re invited. It is being staged […]

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How to learn about internal communication

How can you get a job in internal comms? How can you communicate change? How can you design your social media strategy to be successful? Most of the visitors who reach the All Things IC website are looking for ways to help them do their jobs better, and for answers to queries like these. Whether […]

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How to enter comms awards

What are industry award judges looking for when reading through entries? How can you write comms award submissions so they are compelling and score well? This week I finished judging four categories of the UK Public Sector Communication Awards 2015 and thought I’d share how awards work and how to write the best entries. There’s often an air of […]

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