Leaving the ladder down – my interview with Katie Macaulay

How is artificial intelligence (AI) impacting the world of internal communication? What mantra kept me going through COVID times? How can change comms theory help internal communicators? What can internal communicators expect from my book, Internal Communication Strategy? What own goals do I think companies have when it comes to internal communication and neurodivergence? What […]

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It’s book launch month!

After a year of writing, researching and editing, my book is finally here. I’m so excited to share Internal Communication Strategy: design, develop and transform your organizational communication with you. The book hits the shelves this month. It’s available from 3 April 2024 in the UK and rest of the world and 30 April 2024 […]

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Congrats to the IoIC National Award winners 2023

I have sore feet and a full heart this morning after spending last night in the company of 400 internal communicators. The annual Institute of Internal Communication National Awards were held at The Brewery, London. Congratulations to everyone who was shortlisted, scooped an Award of Excellence or won their category. I was part of the […]

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Podcast: Reflecting on the history of internal communication

Thank you to Dr Joe Chick for interviewing me for the History of Internal Communication podcast. The episode has been published today and features our conversation reflecting on the past, present and history of the wonderful world of internal communication. Dr Chick is a Research Fellow on the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded […]

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New guide to help Comms pros learn about diversity and inclusion

A new five-part series of guides launched today by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ (CIPR) Diversity and Inclusion Network. They’ve been designed to improve the understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) across the public relations profession. The first guide is available now and is an introductory guide to EDI Basics. CIPR state: “Diversity is […]

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Congratulations to the CIPR Excellence winners

Last night we joined over 550 PR professionals for the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ Excellence Awards. It’s been three years since the awards have been held in person, and it was wonderful to see Comms pros recognised. I had the pleasure of judging the CIPR Excellence awards again this year and as ever, was […]

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How to write about equity, diversity and belonging

Language is incredibly powerful. Words have the potential to shape our world. How confident do you feel writing about equity, diversity and belonging in your organisation? Do you have a tone of voice guide in place? If so, does it touch on these areas? If you’re looking for advice and guidance, you’re in luck as […]

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PR professionals 25% more likely to suffer from poor mental health compared to other UK workers

PR practitioners are significantly more likely to suffer from poor mental health compared to other UK workers, according to new research carried out by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) and the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA). I’m not surprised by this research, particularly given its timing in light of the pandemic. We […]

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The internal communicator’s guide to hybrid working

Are you responsible for communicating post-pandemic working patterns inside your organisation? Do you need to make any changes to your internal communication channels due to home workers? Are your stakeholders asking you for advice and guidance relating to hybrid working? If so, I’ve got you covered. I’ve developed a brand new All Things IC Online […]

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CIPR publishes parenting support pack

The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has published a new resource aimed at supporting those caring for school-age children. It contains advice on how to talk to employers about challenging situations and advice for employers on how to best support their employees, particularly during the pandemic. PR and Parenting in a Pandemic is free […]

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What does the new normal look like for internal communications in 2021?

What does the new normal look like for internal communications in 2021? This was the topic of the opening panel at PRWeek’s Strategic Internal Communication conference today. Jenni Field, Founder and Director of Redefining Communications chaired the panel on my behalf, as I’m still recovering from Coronavirus. Thank you Jenni. She’s here with a guest […]

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What does the Government’s new messaging mean?

My social media feeds are full of discussions today about the UK Government’s latest COVID-19 messaging. The original was: Stay at home. Protect the NHS. Save lives. Design iterations aside, the messaging has remained constant throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to date. It has seeped into society so much that when recording a video message to […]

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