Podcast: How to make your first IC role a success

Today’s episode of my Candid Comms podcast examines how to make your first internal communication role a success.

Whether you’re just starting out in internal communication, want to recruit to your team or make a move into IC, this episode is for you.

I’ve looked at:

  • What does it mean to work in internal communication?
  • How can you make your first IC role a success?
  • If you’re looking to recruit an internal communicator, what do you need to be aware of?

As ever, you’ll leave with one thing to know, one thing to do and one thing to think about.

Here’s the transcript for this episode.

Candid Comms how to make your first IC role a success

Resources mentioned in this episode

What is the podcast?
The Candid Comms podcast is full of  practical advice and inspirational ideas, to help you thrive in your role.

You can find the Candid Comms podcast online including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Podbean.

Do let me know what you think of this episode and don’t forget to rate, review and follow, so other Comms pros can benefit too.

Thank you to Debbie West and the team at Audere Communications for overseeing the technical side of Candid Comms.

Post author: Rachel Miller

First published on the All Things IC blog 27 October 2023.

 

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