Do you know the purpose of each of your internal communication channels? Why does each one exist? Who owns them? Why is it important to know the purpose of each channel? What should you do when you discover comms methods that aren’t ‘owned’ by an IC team? What options are there when completing a channels […]Read more >
Are you using artificial intelligence (AI) in your work as an internal communicator? What do IC pros need to be mindful of when it comes to AI? Whose responsibility is it to think through implications of using the latest tools? This episode addresses all of these topics, as we delve into the world of artificial […]Read more >
Today’s episode of my Candid Comms podcast examines how to make your first internal communication role a success. Whether you’re just starting out in internal communication, want to recruit to your team or make a move into IC, this episode is for you. I’ve looked at: What does it mean to work in internal communication? […]Read more >
How often do you audit your internal communication? How can you unlock budget to conduct an audit? What do you need to consider before auditing? If you’re grappling with this topic in your organisation, help is at hand. Thank you to everyone who asked me to record a Candid Comms podcast episode to help you […]Read more >
World Menopause Day is marked on 18 October. To coincide with this year’s annual awareness day, I’m publishing this Candid Comms episode featuring Sue Palfrey, Head of Internal Communication, Community and Engagement at Viridor. During our candid conversation Sue and I discuss: How to support colleagues experiencing perimenopause or menopause Jargon busting the terminology What […]Read more >
Rising food, fuel and utility bills mean the cost of living is impacting everyone. What is your organisation doing to support your colleagues? In this season four finale episode, I’ve looked at the cost of living and what to be mindful of. As ever, you’ll leave with one thing to know, one thing to do […]Read more >
Today’s podcast episode comes with a trigger warning as I’ve addressed the sensitive topic of communicating an employee’s death. Towards the end of the episode I discuss suicide and will be pointing you towards resources and guidance. Come back to this episode if you’re not feeling in a safe enough space to listen to it today. […]Read more >
Why does measurement matter for internal communication professionals? How can you measure internal communication? What does good look like for IC professionals? Why do IC pros think measurement is difficult? What do our professional bodies say? I’ve put measurement under the microscope in this week’s episode of the Candid Comms podcast. About Candid Comms […]Read more >
Do you invite comms consultancies to support your in-house internal communication? What’s the best way to work with an agency or consultancy? Do you know how to choose the right one for you? What do you need to think through before getting in touch? I’ve explored this topic in the latest episode of my Candid […]Read more >
Are you responsible for creating All Employee Meetings in your organisation? Perhaps you call them Town Halls, or All Hands. Whatever the name, getting these sessions to work well can be a challenge. I’ve explored this topic in the latest episode of my Candid Comms podcast, which has just been published. You can find the […]Read more >
Do you know how to create an effective intranet? What questions should you ask when putting a business case together? What does it mean to have an effective intranet? What does good look like? Today we are diving into all things intranet related via my Candid Comms podcast. Grab a notebook for this one! You’ll […]Read more >
What is the best way to help leaders communicate? What do internal communicators need to be mindful of? Today’s episode of the Candid Comms podcast is focused on how to help leaders communicate. I’ve shared advice and guidance based on my experience. Through this episode I’ll help you think about leadership communication in your organisation, […]Read more >
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