How can you get a job in internal comms? How can you communicate change? How can you design your social media strategy to be successful?
Most of the visitors who reach the All Things IC website are looking for ways to help them do their jobs better, and for answers to queries like these.
Whether that’s hiring me for communication consultancy or reading through the 600+ articles on the blog, All Things IC is here to help you achieve communication excellence.
A brand new page has been introduced based on the most popular search terms, and most of the content has been written by Rachel Miller.
If you have any feedback, ideas or suggestions of what to include, please contact us as it will be constantly updated. There are articles in there to help you at every stage of your career, from starting out and looking for a role, to developing strategies and studying professional qualifications.
So if you’d like to learn about internal communication, check out the How To page.
A sample of articles on the How To page include:
How to write an internal communication strategy
How to create an internal comms strategy from scratch
How to enter comms awards
How to conduct an internal comms audit
How Thomas Cook communicated its rebrand internally
How to understand the language of internal communication
All you need to know to develop your IC career
Welcome to internal communication: a guide for you if you’re just starting out
How to use Google Analytics
How to achieve social media strategy success
Read 160+ social media policies
In the next couple of weeks I’m going to be sharing some news with you about a new way to read content from All Things IC. Stay tuned.
Over the past few weeks I’ve been contacted by numerous comms pros who are on the hunt for new roles or who are looking to add to their teams.
If you are thinking about changing roles or are curious to see what’s currently around, see the jobs page. There’s also a new How to place a job ad page to discover how you can have your role included in the list.
Best of luck if you’re applying for a new job.
Do let me know what you think of the new How To section and any suggestions for articles you’d like me to consider writing. You can contact me via this page, comment below or Tweet me @AllthingsIC.
Thank you for stopping by,
First published on All Things IC website 24 April 2015.