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 […]Read more >
Today saw the launch of Social Media Week, with five day of events until 17 February in cities across the Globe including Hamburg, Hong Kong, London, Miami, New York, Paris, San Francisco, Tokyo and Washington DC. To get a taste of what’s ahead, check out the promo video below. The London week kicked off today […]Read more >
The UK is getting its ducks into a row for the London 2012 Olympic Games and there are various related events happening over the next few months for comms professionals to take part in. (Couldn’t resist using that phrase – click on the duck image to be taken to the official Olympics merchandise including these cute Team […]Read more >
This week I received a postcard from the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) promoting the IOIC Awards 2012 and calling for entries. Having looked at the association’s website, it’s interesting to note how the awards have been remodeled to include strategy, people, writing, digital media channels and campaigns. There’s also the chance to highlight individual […]Read more >
What will be the role of Internal Communicators to maintain a sustainable business? On Tuesday 24 January an event was held by the London Communicators and Engagement Group to discuss what sustainability means for companies, what it should mean, and the central role Internal Communicators play in this debate. During it, some Visual Artists captured […]Read more >
As professional communicators there are a number of bread-and-butter issues that most of us encounter at some point in our career that help us earn our crust: change comms, introducing new channels, exit plans for CEOs and launching new visions, values or brands. I’m going to stop with bread puns now, but read on to find […]Read more >
This week VMA Group hosted its Business Leaders in Communications Study launch in London. I was hoping to go but unfortunately wasn’t able to make the launch, so I’ve been reading about it and thought I’d share what I’ve learnt as it makes fascinating reading. The study surveyed 95 Directors of Communications in leading FTSE […]Read more >
Today marks the fourth birthday of the Employee Engagement Network, which now has 4530 members. The network was founded and is hosted by Canadian David Zinger. He is an author, educator and speaker who has written over 1400 blog posts and authored two books on work – Zengage: How to Get More Into Your Work to […]Read more >
Like many internal communications professionals, I’ve often been asked over the years to help combat the complexity of company strategies and communicate them in an engaging way. This week I came across a fantastic example of how to do exactly that thanks to Melcrum’s Strategic Communication Management magazine and their article on the power of […]Read more >
Today the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) announced that it has partnered with the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) for the ‘PR Defined’ initiative. What is PR Defined? People working in PR, Marketing and Comms around the Globe can cast their vote as to what they think defines the modern practice of public relations. Taking […]Read more >
Today my husband Jon presented at Capgemini’s Futures Forum (#fow2011) on how he has been rolling out iPads at his work and finding new ways for employees to communicate. Our household combination of an IT Project Manager and professional communicator means we often have conversations about how the two worlds cross over and how they […]Read more >
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