Creating sustainable futures for internal communicators

What will the future bring for internal communicators? The latest findings in the report ‘Creating sustainable future for internal communicators’ by the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) helps the profession look at key opportunities and risks over the next five years. The report focuses on four pillars of opportunity: technology, people, sustainability and employment. It […]

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Podcast: Exploring the history and future of internal communication with CIPR Inside

Do you want to learn more about the history of internal communication? In the final episode of Season One of the History of Internal Communication podcast, All Things IC Comms Consultant Dan Holden joins Dr Joe Chick, Research Fellow on the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Katie Marlow, Communication Consultant. Dan was the […]

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What the 2024 Edelman Trust Barometer means for IC pros

The Edelman Trust Barometer was published this week and as ever, it’s a valuable read for internal communicators. Now in its 24th year, it provides insights on trust levels and perceived credibility towards Governments, Leadership teams and other authorities with influence. It’s a big read (69 pages), so we’ve taken a look and extracted what […]

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Communicating with deskless colleagues

Are you responsible for communicating with deskless colleagues? Do you find understanding the communication needs of frontline colleagues challenging? The latest Remotely Interested? Research report shares insights on non-desk based colleagues’ communication, HR and leadership needs. More than 350 colleagues from nine organisations shared their insights to build on the original research carried out in […]

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What’s the state of the internal communication sector?

Today is the launch of the 15th edition of the State of the Sector survey by Gallagher, providing insights into how the internal communication sector is looking. With over 2000 respondents from across the globe taking part, the State of the Sector is one of the key resources for understanding the barriers and priorities for […]

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Get help with line manager communication

Are your line managers effective communicators? What communication support or training do you have in place for your line managers? The topic of line manager communication comes up frequently, both with our clients and comms friends. Today All Things IC Comms Consultant Dan Holden is here to share news of a brand new resource from […]

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New global research uncovers comms pros’ challenges

Tweets, pictures and a few follow-on resources from the #11ways to help your organisation underperform session at the IABC World Conference in Toronto, June 2014. Big thanks to all who attended – and made it one of the most tweeted session at #IABC14.

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Let’s be friends…. Facebook for internal comms?

Do you use Facebook for internal communications (IC) within your company? Is it integrated into your channel mix or do your employees wish to keep their personal and professional lives separate? I’d love to hear what you’re doing. Do please get in touch if you’re able to share your campaigns and use of Facebook for IC […]

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