If you are a Comms pro who uses LinkedIn and Twitter, you may have spotted #WeLeadComms cropping up on posts in recent weeks. I wanted to find out more about it, so invited Mike Klein, @mklein818, to write for the All Things IC blog. Mike is an internal communications consultant and one of the top thought […]Read more >
Are you responsible for communicating working patterns inside your organisation? It feels too early to say post-pandemic planning! Do you need to make any changes to your Comms channels due to home workers? Are your stakeholders asking you for Comms advice and guidance relating to hybrid working? If so, I’ve got you covered. This 13th […]Read more >
Are you responsible for communicating post-pandemic working patterns inside your organisation? Do you need to make any changes to your internal communication channels due to home workers? Are your stakeholders asking you for advice and guidance relating to hybrid working? If so, I’ve got you covered. I’ve developed a brand new All Things IC Online […]Read more >
Are you starting out in the world of internal communication? In this 12th episode of the Candid Comms podcast, I’ve shared what you need to know when entering the profession. If you’re mentoring or managing new internal communicators, it will help you too. This episode is packed with practical ideas and inspirational advice, to help internal […]Read more >
Hybrid working is making the headlines and looks like it’s here to stay. Through this article I’ll share advice to help you think it through for your organisation. I’ve also collated a list so you can discover what other companies are doing. Hybrid working was the topic my All Things IC Inner Circle group explored […]Read more >
Have you been asked to prove the value of internal communication? Do you know how to do that? In this 11th episode of the Candid Comms podcast, I’ve analysed how to prove the value of internal communication. I examine a quote I heard recently: “Leaders know the importance, but not the value of internal comms” […]Read more >
Amrit Nijjar is Inclusion & Belonging Manager at Tarmac. In this tenth episode of the Candid Comms podcast, we talk candidly about her work. Amrit shared advice to help Internal Communicators think about the importance of inclusion and belonging. She also revealed what her company has been doing, including an internal campaign and launching communities. […]Read more >
What is your planning process like? A survey of over 350 senior Comms leaders revealed 38% acknowledge they don’t work to an overall communications masterplan. Does that resonate with you? According to global research by ICPlan and Donhead Consultants, Comms professionals who take planning seriously get better results. However, as many as four in ten […]Read more >
Are you thinking of becoming a Comms Consultant in 2021? If you’re curious about becoming a freelancer, I know you’ll find this guest post useful. I’ve interviewed Chris Coburn to share what the reality is like so far. He spent a decade at John Lewis and has just launched Chris Coburn Communications (CCC). I wanted […]Read more >
What is ESG? If you’ve been spotting it cropping up but don’t know what it is, I’ve got you covered. Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is growing in popularity and conversations about it are increasing. (CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility). I’ve been spotting ESG with the word Corporate added before Governance, so don’t be […]Read more >
Matt Batten is Director of Communications and Engagement at the Diocese of Llandaff, which is part of the Church in Wales. I invited him to be the first guest on my Candid Comms podcast. He shared some brilliant insights, which I know other in-house internal communicators will enjoy. During our candid conversation, which gave me […]Read more >
How are you doing? How are you really doing? Does it feel like you’re on a carousel that keeps on spinning and you’re not sure if the music will stop? And if it does stop, will we go backwards for a bit, then forward again? I’m sure I’m not alone in feeling like this. All […]Read more >
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