The latest Comms pro to sit in my hot seat is Anne Marie Kiernan, Head of Internal Communications at Kellogg Europe. Read on to discover Anne Marie’s top radio show recommendation, plus her advice for people wanting to work in this field. Would you like to sit in my hot seat? Here’s the questions you […]Read more >
Christine Armstrong describes herself as an “aspiring IC Manager” and is the first person to sit in my new All Things IC hot seat. Regular readers of my blog may remember I first ran this series back in 2017. It’s now back and Christine is the first to answer the questions, which include the best career […]Read more >
What can IC pros learn from the New Zealand Rugby team and what’s the future of internal communication? Communications Officer Harriet Small is the latest professional communicator to sit in my #questionofcomms hot seat. She’s given her views on these questions and many more. Would you like to sit in my hot seat? If you’re […]Read more >
What do you like most about working internal communication? Chloe Jeffs is the latest professional communicator to sit in my #questionofcomms hot seat. I’ve had the pleasure of working with her over the years, most recently as a client in her previous role as Head of IC at O2. Chloe has revealed what the book […]Read more >
What do you like most about working internal communication? Margaret Oscar, Head of Employee Communications and Engagement, is the latest professional communicator to sit in my #questionofcomms hot seat. She’s revealed what she likes most about working in IC, the best advice she’s ever been given and much more. I love publishing content that helps […]Read more >
What is the currency of internal communication and what should people starting out in Comms do? Today Comms Manager Jess Roberts is in my #QuestionOfComms hot seat to share the answers to these questions and many more. I’ll hand you over to Jess… 1) When did you know internal communication was what you wanted to […]Read more >
What was your path to internal communication? Today I’ve dusted off my questions of comms chair as I’d like to introduce you to IC superstar Bridgette Williams. Thank you for introducing me to a new word – commsaroke. Love it! You can find Bridgette on Twitter @beewilliams_. If you are new to internal communication, don’t […]Read more >
“Be cautious about joining a company that requires you to play the role of a mouthpiece or corporate positioning or that isn’t aligned with your values.” This piece of advice is just one of the pearls of wisdom Tammy L. Nienaber, Director of Communications at salon brand Great Clips shared with me recently. Tammy @tnienaber is […]Read more >
What one piece of advice has helped comms pro Janice Fitzgerald in her career and why does she think it pays to be nice? Janice is Group Communications Manager at The Clancy Group and is the latest practitioner to sit in my #questionofcomms hot seat. I was struck by her honesty when reading through, and think you’ll […]Read more >
Discover what got John Kay hooked on comms and what we can learn from a choral conductor. John is Group Internal Communications Manager at Oxford University Press and is the latest professional communicator to sit in my #questionofcomms hot seat. He’s revealed what book he thinks every practitioner should read, plus what he likes most […]Read more >
What should communicators read and stop complaining about? Nicholas Wardle is here with the answers to these questions and many more. He’s Global Internal Communications Manager at Alshaya, based in Kuwait, and is the latest practitioner to sit in my #questionofcomms hot seat. I’ll hand you over to him… 1. When did you know internal communication […]Read more >
In this article you’ll find the latest vacancies, career advice from fellow communicators, news on my upcoming training courses, plus some discounts to save your comms budget. If you’re on the hunt for a new role or want to get some career advice, check out my jobs page. From internships to Global Comms Director roles, there’s always […]Read more >
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