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 >
For employees and employers alike, the last 18 months have been some of the most challenging and testing times of our work and home lives. We have witnessed monumental changes not only in our daily work, but in how we prioritise and perceive life and work. New research by Workbuzz and Inspiring Workplaces on the […]Read more >
Today I have news of a brand new employee engagement podcast to share with you. It’s been created by Comms Consultant Kate Isichei of Where To Look Comms and is three episodes in. She’s here to tell us what we can expect and the thinking behind the show. If you want to learn more about employee […]Read more >
What does an award-winning employer brand look like? You’re in the right place to find out. The Employer Brand Management Awards 2019 were held last night in London. Comedian Kerry Godliman presented them and you can find all of the winners listed below. Congratulations to everyone who was shortlisted and who won last night. What is […]Read more >
The media is rightfully putting a huge focus on our mental health in the UK. According to charity Mind, approximately one in four adults will experience a mental health issue each year. Staggeringly, one in six of us report experiencing a common mental health problem each week. With anxiety and depression the biggest issues, this […]Read more >
How healthy is your workplace? Could you do more to improve wellbeing for your employees? Today I have a guest post by a student to share with you. Jamie Costello @jamie88costello is studying Business in Manchester here in the UK and has written for the All Things IC blog to share his thoughts on this […]Read more >
How did you mark World Mental Health Day last week? Today I have a guest post for you by Martin Stubbs-Partridge who is here to share what his organisation has done and how they’re continuing to focus on mental wellbeing. I welcome this approach. Mental health should be a year-long conversation, not just a one […]Read more >
What does the future of engagement look like? What is purpose, why does it matter and how do you find it? How do you create the big picture story? When is employee voice not employee voice? How can listening to it bring a business back from the brink? These questions and more were answered by Emma […]Read more >
Do you have a strategic narrative in your organisation? Jargon buster: A strategic narrative is where you’ve come from and where you’re going, in other words the story of your company. Today I have a guest post for you by Emma Bridger of People Lab, ahead of book launch and event you’re invited to in […]Read more >
Purpose was a hot topic at last week’s annual conference from the Institute of Internal Communication and today I have news of a brand new book to help you learn more about it. Christine Crofts, Global Employee Engagement Director at Diageo reiterated the value of having a strong sense of purpose at #IoICLive18. She said: […]Read more >
The 2017 Employee Engagement Awards are officially open for entries in the UK and across Europe. I’ve been invited to judge the awards and am excited to see first-hand the hard work that has been happening inside organisations. The closing date for entries is 6 October 2017, so if you’re interested in entering, do get […]Read more >
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