What is it like to work internationally? Why is translation important? What does effective internal communication look like within a FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) environment? The latest episode of my Candid Comms podcast is out now and focuses on these topics and many more. It features Laura Colantuono, Internal Communications & Employer Branding Manager, International, […]Read more >
This week’s Candid Comms podcast features Keith Riley, Communications Executive at law firm DWF, and I talking about all things diversity and inclusion related. As we recorded this episode, we both built the new Everyone Is Awesome LEGO kit, 40516, which celebrates positivity and kindness in families, communities and the world. This week’s show covers: […]Read more >
A sense of belonging is something we all crave, whether in our personal lives or at work. Connecting with people that share our values and passions makes us feel part of something bigger than ourselves. In today’s episode of the Candid Comms podcast, I’ve examined this topic and focused on what we need to know, […]Read more >
Are you looking for a job as an internal communicator? Perhaps you’re looking to move into the profession, or would like to find a new role. This episode will help you think it through. It covers: How to apply for internal communication roles How to prepare for an interview Ways to learn about organisations The […]Read more >
What does it mean to be a strategic internal communicator? What does it look like? How can you work in a strategic way? This topic kicks off season two of my Candid Comms podcast. The episode has just been published and covers: What working strategically means How to know if you’re working in a strategic […]Read more >
The final episode of season one of the Candid Comms has just been published. Episode 16 features my Producer Debbie West and I in conversation and we’ve revealed behind the scenes of the podcast. We recorded together at my All Things IC office in London last Friday (pictured). It was wonderful to see each other […]Read more >
What is it like to work as a Comms Director inside an organisation? When do you know if you’re ready for your next career move? What’s it like to work internationally? This 15th episode of the Candid Comms podcast features Frank Dias, Global Internal Communications Director at AXA XL. It is packed with practical ideas and […]Read more >
What are your company’s values? Do you have a consistent way of communicating them? Do they feel like words on the wall rather than lived behaviours? The 14th episode of the Candid Comms podcast is out now and packed with practical ideas and inspirational advice, to help internal communicators thrive in their role. It covers: Why […]Read more >
Are you responsible for communicating working patterns inside your organisation? It feels too early to say post-pandemic planning! Do you need to make any changes to your Comms channels due to home workers? Are your stakeholders asking you for Comms advice and guidance relating to hybrid working? If so, I’ve got you covered. This 13th […]Read more >
Are you starting out in the world of internal communication? In this 12th episode of the Candid Comms podcast, I’ve shared what you need to know when entering the profession. If you’re mentoring or managing new internal communicators, it will help you too. This episode is packed with practical ideas and inspirational advice, to help internal […]Read more >
Have you been asked to prove the value of internal communication? Do you know how to do that? In this 11th episode of the Candid Comms podcast, I’ve analysed how to prove the value of internal communication. I examine a quote I heard recently: “Leaders know the importance, but not the value of internal comms” […]Read more >
Amrit Nijjar is Inclusion & Belonging Manager at Tarmac. In this tenth episode of the Candid Comms podcast, we talk candidly about her work. Amrit shared advice to help Internal Communicators think about the importance of inclusion and belonging. She also revealed what her company has been doing, including an internal campaign and launching communities. […]Read more >
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