Discover why doodling is important to Shan Chatoo, a self-employed senior internal communicator, plus the best career advice she’s been given. Shan is the latest comms pro to sit in my #questionofcomms hot seat. Want to be featured? Here are the questions for you to answer. I’ll hand you over to her… 1) When did […]Read more >
Why do you need to seize the day, and what’s the importance of anarchists in the boardroom? Emma Rodgers is head of communications at Stoke-on-Trent City Council and is here to tell us more. She’s the latest practitioner to sit in my #questionofcomms hot seat and is also one of the smart cookies behind commscampnorth, which […]Read more >
Discover why Olivia Hall thinks communicators should learn to say no, and which industry is riddled with passion. She’s the latest professional communicator to sit in my #questionofcomms hot seat and share her thoughts on all things comms related. Olivia is UK Communications and Marketing Manager at Hoist Finance, I’ll hand you over to her… […]Read more >
Lisa Gwinnell, Head of Employee and Leadership Communications at Siemens UK is in my hot seat today. She’s shared her thoughts on reusable content, frowning, why you need to be a sponge, and much more. With that intriguing combination, I’ll hand you over to Lisa… 1. When did you know internal communication was what you […]Read more >
What is the best career advice you’ve benefitted from? Lesley Crook is the latest practitioner to sit in my #questionofcomms hot seat. She’s an independent consultant and the founder of Working Out Loud in A Network (#wolan). Discover her career path, some cracking book recommendations and what Lesley couldn’t do her job without. You can […]Read more >
Why should you have a 20 year plan? Simon Monger, freelance Internal Communications and Engagement Specialist, is in my hot seat today. He’s revealed his top tips, the importance of compelling content and why he’s a Simon Sinek fan. I’ll hand you over to Simon… 1. When did you know internal communication was what you […]Read more >
Discover why a sharp, critical mind are important to work in comms and the importance of adapting to a changing workforce. Alex Malouf, Corporate Communications & Reputation Manager for the Arabian Peninsula, Procter & Gamble, is in my #questionofcomms hot seat today. He’s the 13th communicator to tackle these questions and has revealed some excellent recommendations […]Read more >
Ejaz Khan is an independent Change Communication specialist and the latest communicator to sit in my hot seat. He’s revealed an illuminating book he thinks every comms pro should read, plus his thoughts on the future of internal communication. Over to you Ejaz… 1) When did you know internal communication was what you wanted to […]Read more >
Today Justine Stevenson, Head of Group Internal Communication at London Stock Exchange Group is in the hot seat on my blog. She’s here to tell us the importance of curiosity and why you need to listen more than you talk. Justine answered these questions one week into her role, I’ll hand you over to her… […]Read more >
Today’s A question of comms features Steven Murgatroyd, Change Manager – Communications and Engagement at retail chain River Island. Discover why he thinks you need to create the change you want and the importance of good ideas. Steven is also the Chair of CIPR Inside, the sector group for IC professionals as part of the Chartered […]Read more >
What’s the one book you think every comms pro should read? Today Kerry Sheehan, Head of Communications at North East London NHS Foundation Trust, one of the biggest in England, is in my hot seat. She’s revealed what she couldn’t do her role without and what she likes most about working in this field. Over to you […]Read more >
How important is wifi to you? According to Keith Lewis, UK Social Business and Channels Manager for Zurich Insurance, it’s the one thing he couldn’t do his job without. I hear you! Keith @keithlewiscomms, is the latest professional communicator to sit in my hot seat and share his career advice and thoughts. Thank you to […]Read more >
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