Do you have Comms Champions inside your organisation?
What is the best way to recruit them and how can you set them up for success?
I’ve examined this topic in this week’s episode of my Candid Comms podcast. It has just been released and can be found via your favourite podcast player.
In this episode I focus on:
- Why Comms Champions can be useful
- How to define the purpose of your champions
- How to turn information into action
- How to recruit Comms Champions
- Who should be a champion?
- The different types of champions you could have
and much more.
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What is the podcast?
The Candid Comms podcast launched in January 2021. It is a weekly show designed to connect internal communication professionals to the advice and guidance, to help you thrive in your role.
The show is Produced by Debbie West of Seren Creative.
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Post author: Rachel Miller
First published on the All Things IC blog 11 July 2021.