Welcome to episode nine of FIR presents All Things IC with Rachel Miller.
Every month I publish a free podcast focusing on internal communication as part of the For Immediate Release (FIR) podcast network.
What’s in this month’s show? Below are the show notes that accompany what I discuss in the 28 minute long episode including Microsoft’s “Hello there” internal memo, the hunt to find the IoIC top 30 under 30 and how you can get involved in various IC events.
You can find a whole host of other podcasts to listen to in the network, including the iconic Hobson & Holtz Report, which is now in its tenth year. Find out more information via the network’s Google+ community.
So grab a cup of tea and I’ll guide you through what’s happening in the world of internal comms this month,
2) Digital Transformation
Altimeter Groups’ latest report: Discover full information and download the report.
This is a preview copy of what you can see in the report:
3) Erasing the pompousness of management communication
4) Hello there
Microsoft’s Stephen Elop’s “Hello there email” can be found on the Microsoft website.
5) Annual CIPR internal communication conference
My blog post on changing behaviour for better business
CIPR Inside website with full information about the annual IC conference on 2 October.
Find them on Twitter @CIPRInside.
6) Top 30 under 30
The Institute of Internal Communication is on the look out for the top 30 under 30 internal communication professionals.
7) Putting the social into social media
Share This: The Social Media Handbook for PR Professionals (Wiley, 2012), plus Share This Too: More Social Media Solutions for PR Professionals(Wiley, 2012).
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Post author: Rachel Miller
First published: 28 July 2014.