Every Christmas my brother and I used to receive a £10 book token each from a family friend and would look forward to the January visit to our local bookshop to choose a book. Browsing through the huge shelves every year, I was always struck by the amount of choice and impossible task of choosing just […]Read more >
Regular readers will know that I enjoy featuring guest writers on my blog and I’m thrilled that 2012 has seen another bumper crop of articles and writers. Thank you to everyone who has contributed over the past 12 months and if you have an idea for an article, do read my guidelines and get in […]Read more >
Chartered Institute of Public Relations brought together internal communications (IC) professionals at the Kia Oval, London, for their annual IC conference #CIPRInside. Topic: Putting employees firstRead more >
The CIPR held its annual social media conference in London on 1st November 2012 at Microsoft’s sumptuous Victoria offices. If you weren’t able to attend or are looking for a recap, follow the presentations and conversations from the afternoon sessions here.Read more >
Do you have an internal social network in your organisation? Will your use of social media in your professional life increase? These are just two of the questions I’ve been posing to internal comms pros over the past few days in the form of a short survey. You can have your say on all things internal […]Read more >
If you’re an internal comms professional working in-house in an organisation, I bet this sounds familiar… How do you use social media? Do I need to use social media in my personal life? Do internal comms pros need to blog? What is an enterprise social network? How can I use social media internally? What is […]Read more >
The countdown to Social Media Week is on… Social Media Week returns to London next week (24-28 September) and there are hundreds of events planned for professional communicators to choose from. Where will you be going? Who will you be listening to and what will you be seeing? If you fancy being a roving reporter for […]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 >
If you were asked to describe internal comms in one sentence what would you say? Last night I went to the launch of Share This with the other book authors (check out a photo of us all by @spwalker). It was great to meet the other authors in person rather than purely via social media, and […]Read more >
Where can you read about a hoverboard, using social media to solve internal comms issues, the future of using social media for internal communication and how boosting employee engagement affects the bottom line of organisations? The answer is in my chapter of Share This: The Social Media Handbook for PR Professionals, which is due out […]Read more >
Today I can finally reveal details of an exciting project I’ve been involved with, which has been under wraps for months. Share This: The Social Media Handbook for PR Professionals is a crowdsourced social media book from the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) and is due for publication in print and digital formats by […]Read more >
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