New year, new challenges

The year ahead should prove an interesting one for communicators as we take into account the possible change in Government, ongoing economic situation and continue to strive for value for money at every turn. What are the biggest challenges facing your organisation this year? How are you planning for them? I’ve been putting a plan […]

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Keeping on track

The past week and a bit has whizzed by! Sarah and Aurore appear to have settled in well and we’ve been busy forming our team and I’ve been bringing them up to speed. We went to the London Transport Museum to conduct some research for a project we’re working on which is taking place early […]

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The write stuff

Over the past week I’ve really got back to my roots by spending a lot of time writing. I enjoy being able to express myself through words (a peek at artwork from my school days will testify my strength has never been drawings!) and I relish the challenge of turning technically complicated subjects into jargon-free prose. […]

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Great start to the weekend…

Good news all round today as the communications executive I mentor, Sarah Hodges, has won an award of excellence in the Communicators in Business (CiB) Communicator of the Year awards under the ‘Best newcomer to the industry’ category. I’m thrilled for Sarah as she is passionate and dedicated to corporate communications. This was reflected in […]

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Old places and new faces

I’ve been out and about a fair bit this week talking to employees and have also visited two previous companies I worked at. It’s always strange to go back to organisations you were part of, but is lovely to see familiar faces and catch up on all the latest news. I’ve been working with them […]

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A week of firsts…

This week has been a packed one with lots of highlights and firsts. I was the other side of the camera for a secret photo shoot (can tell you more in a few weeks) and met some really interesting people there. I went to my first station opening and my first batch of newly branded […]

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Casting the net

One of the most valuable lessons I’ve learnt during my career so far is the value of networking. Nowadays there are so many choices and easy ways to keep in touch with past friends, colleagues and acquaintances that I don’t think there is much excuse for not keeping the lines of communication open. Whether you […]

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Dear diary…

I’ve been asked by Melcrum to keep a diary of the first month at my new job – which you can read here. I’ve not kept a diary since I was a teenager (slightly different content now!) and I hope it will provide an insight into the role of internal communicators and also help me see […]

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Comms in a nutshell

How do you describe corporate communication to people who have never encountered it before? Do you quote reams of statistics about how it can boost motivation, help retention and generally increase productivity of your workforce, or do you let people discover for themselves by providing effective two-way channels and let the benefits unfold? I’m mulling […]

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