Congrats to IoIC 30 under 30

Last night the Institute of Internal Communications  (IoIC) held an event in London to name the Top 30 under 30 internal communications professionals in the UK. You can read the background via a previous article I published a few months ago, as I supported the initiative. As part of their entries, internal comms pros had […]

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Diary of an Olympic media manager…

The bunting is down but the memories of the London 2012 Olympics are still strong. What was it like to play a key role? Today I’m proud to introduce Eden Black, media manager for the Olympic Delivery Authority – the organisation responsible for the delivery of the London 2012 venues and infrastructure. Here he writes for Diary […]

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Overcoming the weapons of mass distraction

London’s Social Media Week is in full swing and it has been a fantastic week so far, with lots of interesting quotes, statistics and people sharing ideas. I’ve been watching webinars live online all week or catching up afterwards, and have been really struck by the quality of the questions and enthusiasm all round. You can […]

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Participation is more important than Pantone…

If you are an internal communication professional, how do you describe what you do in one sentence? This was the question I posed in an article last week. The results were not shocking in the fact they were as varied as I expected, however I was fairly surprised by the negativity encountered by people in […]

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Using social media for learning

Following on from my article yesterday by leader Dean Royles on the value he places on social media, I was contacted by another senior manager with similar views, and thought I would share his thoughts with readers of Diary of an internal communicator. Perry Timms is Head of talent and organisational development at the Big Lottery […]

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It’s a blog’s life…

One of best outcomes of having my blog is the people who get in touch as a result of what they’ve read, and the interesting conversations and thoughts it sparks. Over the past fortnight a number of things have happened which has opened up the world of Internal Comms even more to me and I […]

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What people think I do meme… Internal Communications

Over the past few days the internet has been awash with the ‘What I do‘ meme. I looked for one which captured the role of Internal/Corporate Communicator and wasn’t able to find one, so I decided to create my own. Below is my tongue in cheek representation of ‘What people think I do’ and how […]

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