What is the reality of working in internal communication?
Why is loneliness prevalent in the IC field?
What role does confidence play when you work as an internal communicator?
What does inclusive internal communication mean?
What’s it like to write a book on inclusion?
Today’s episode of the Candid Comms podcast features Advita Patel, founder of CommsRebel. She helps organisations cultivate inclusive cultures through effective communications so all colleagues can belong and thrive in their work. She is also an experienced Confidence Coach, podcaster, author and international speaker. Alongside CommsRebel, Advita is the co-founder of A Leader Like Me and CalmEdgedRebels.
In June she published, alongside her co-author Priya Bates, an amazon best seller: Building a Culture of Inclusivity. This year it was also announced that she will be the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) President in 2025.
Advita thank you for having such a candid conversation for the Candid Comms podcast.
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Resources mentioned in this episode
- Chartered Institute of Public Relations.
- Book: Inclusion on purpose by Ruchika Tulshyan.
- Book: Building a culture of inclusivity by Priya Bates and Advita Patel. Use the code ALLTHINGSIC20 to save 20%.
- Book: Internal Communication Strategy: design, develop and transform your organizational communication – by Rachel Miller. Available to pre-order today.
- A Leader Like Me.
- Advita Patel’s LinkedIn profile.
- Public Relations Society of America – PRSA
- Public Relations Institute of Ireland – PRII
- International Association of Business Communicators – IABC
- Institute of Internal Communication – IoIC.
Post author: Rachel Miller.
First published on the All Things IC blog 17 November 2023.