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 […]Read more >
I’m proud to reintroduce my mentee, Sarah Hodges to readers of Diary of an internal communicator. She’s written a post to update you on an exciting project she undertook while studying for a diploma. I’ll hand over to Sarah to update you… It was almost a year ago now that Rachel kindly let me take […]Read more >
If you’re thinking about your career options, do you know what the current market is like for internal communicators? What are employers looking for, what is the value of internal comms professionals and is now a good time to be one? Wayne Reynolds is a Director at specialist communications recruiter Birchwood Knight. I asked him […]Read more >
At the start of the year I highlighted the series of webinars that are taking place this year organised by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). Below are the upcoming dates and topics and looks like some crackers in there. Webinars are free for CIPR members and £30+VAT for non-members. They are a great […]Read more >
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 >
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 >
Are you ready for Google+? Do you want to see how you can engage with your audiences through Google’s new social media offering? Want to work out how to integrate all your social media channels? Need to effectively evaluate your G+ efforts? Now you can do all this and more thanks to a series of […]Read more >
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has published its series of live training webinars for 2012. They cover a variety of topics including social media, blogs, Google analytics, communicating with hard to reach audiences, creating dedicated online communities and social marketing. I recommend seeing what is coming up and signing up to take part […]Read more >
Following on my series of reports from recent conferences and events, I’m pleased to introduce Adam Britten, Community Manager at Crexia. Adam is a Master of Digital Marketing student at Hult International Business School and has written a guest post for Diary of an internal communicator on the recent Social Workplace Conference. Follow him on […]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 >
A global social media study has taken place and the results were released today. If you are a comms student looking for facts and figures on social media for your research, this could be the place for you. Simply click on the image to view the presentation. What can you expect? The presentation is 167 […]Read more >
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