I’ve heard many times internal communicators say they face the challenge of knowing where the boundary is between internal comms and employee experience. Does that resonate with you? As every organisation is different there isn’t a clear answer, but it’s important for us to remember the definition of internal communication comms friends – ‘the overarching […]Read more >
We’re still talking about the relationship between engagement and comms. We hear a lot from our clients and comms friends about the cross over between employee engagement and internal communication. Often, it’s about where the boundary sits between the two areas or who is responsible for engagement. Earlier today, Paul Bennun asked on LinkedIn whether […]Read more >
How does your organisation support employees who are experiencing the menopause? Do you have a menopause policy in place? Hot on the heels of a powerful documentary here in the UK, hosted by Davina McCall, I thought I’d collate resources for Comms pros. This article includes links to advice and guidance and menopause policy examples. […]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 >
When is the last time you took a moment to pause, reflect and analyse your work? This year has been a whirlwind, with deadlines of “ASAP” being the norm. It’s been relentless, exhausting and frustrating for many people. I know from the conversations I’ve had with clients and blog readers, that creating time to focus […]Read more >
Today I have news of a brand new employee engagement podcast to share with you. It’s been created by Comms Consultant Kate Isichei of Where To Look Comms and is three episodes in. She’s here to tell us what we can expect and the thinking behind the show. If you want to learn more about employee […]Read more >
Have you had a chance to pause and reflect on the past few months yet? I can guess your answer. If you haven’t, I encourage you to grab a cuppa and delve into the diary of Nicola Rowland, HR Manager at Energy UK. She’s kindly written for the All Things IC blog to share her […]Read more >
Tomorrow is Time to Talk Day – a day to highlight and promote conversations around mental health. If you haven’t prepared anything yet, this blog post will help you as I’ve included resources at the foot of this page where you can find out more. I’ve also collated some of the articles I’ve published, so you […]Read more >
In the world of Internal Communications, you’re likely to question everything. Are colleagues really reading your newsletter? Is a video really the best way of conveying your message? Would this be better communicated face-to-face? I have a guest post for you today by Sophia Danielsson-Waters (known as Sia, see-ya, for short), she is the Colleague Engagement […]Read more >
Does your workplace have a paternity leave policy? Are you considering shared or equalised parental leave or adoption leave? This post features a company here in the UK that has made changes to its policies to benefit new parents. The National House Building Council (NHBC) has agreed that all employees will be entitled to take up […]Read more >
How healthy is your workplace? Could you do more to improve wellbeing for your employees? Today I have a guest post by a student to share with you. Jamie Costello @jamie88costello is studying Business in Manchester here in the UK and has written for the All Things IC blog to share his thoughts on this […]Read more >
How did you mark World Mental Health Day last week? Today I have a guest post for you by Martin Stubbs-Partridge who is here to share what his organisation has done and how they’re continuing to focus on mental wellbeing. I welcome this approach. Mental health should be a year-long conversation, not just a one […]Read more >
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