…to make you feel proud? What about this week, this year? It’s been a busy old one and traditionally in December people take time to reflect on the previous 12 months and make plans for the upcoming year. (Apologies if you’ve now got the Heather Small song Proud in your head). December is often the […]Read more >
Nearly 90% of internal communications professionals say they are expected to have a ‘good understanding’ of social media and 93% think their professional use of social media will increase, according to research I’m publishing today. How internal comms professionals use social media was a survey that ran between 18 and 26 October 2012 via Diary […]Read more >
Did you attend the Melcrum Summit last week? I was watching the #melcrumsummit tweets and could tell that @steve_murg was furiously scribbling away to write a guest article for my blog to bring those of us who were unable to attend, up to speed on what happened. Steve (pictured) is Internal Comms (IC) and Social Media […]Read more >
I like the keep calm posters. There I’ve said it. There’s something about the design that makes me smile, and I’m interested in the history behind it. There was a keep calm and carry on poster in the labour ward of the hospital I was in four months ago, just before my daughter was born, […]Read more >
What’s your view on internal comms measurement? What works? What doesn’t? How do you approach it? A few months back I wrote about proposed principles that were drafted as part of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Inside half day measurement summit, where attendees discussed the pros and cons of the different methods of […]Read more >
Internal comms measurement is increasingly becoming a hot topic within many companies and for the profession as a whole. I’m sure within your organisation that measurement, how to demonstrate results and reporting are issues that are being regularly discussed. A set of measurement guidelines are being developed by internal comms specialists, similar to the Barcelona […]Read more >
This week I was contacted by Kerry Ambrose, Senior Employee Communications Officer at Essex County Council. She is appealing to the comms community for help with a group project as part of the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) Advanced Level Proficiency and I’m hoping that readers of Diary of an internal communicator will be happy […]Read more >
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