We all recognise the importance of meeting people face-to-face and last week I had the opportunity to do just that with lots of people I’m connected to via Twitter. I was invited to attend what was billed as “the first UK HR Tweet Up” (#ConnectingHR), an event organised by Courtenay HR and advertised via Twitter […]Read more >
Supporting fledging Communications and PR professionals is extremely important and I’m in touch with and supporting various students to encourage them and help showcase their opinions and insights. The post below is written by Sarah Whyte who is studying the use of social media particularly for crisis communication. Please do share your thoughts with her, Rachel. […]Read more >
I’ve just spent the whole weekend writing about the potential impact Web 2.0 and social media tools could have at my company and seeking out as many case studies as I could find. One discovery I made which particularly interests me is the Conversation Prism (aka The Social Web) that has been developed by Brian Solis. He designed […]Read more >
Every single book I am reading for my disseration seems to have a checklist of buzzwords around social media and internal comms: engagement – check, motivation – check, knowledge management – check, cross-silo networks – check, end-user engagement – check. But the biggest and baddest of them all is collaboration. It apears to me that if […]Read more >
Am actually drowning in books and papers! Got home last night to find a surprise parcel from my oldest friend Debs which contained a funky glass jar of retro sweets from our childhood. Accompanied by fab note saying they were to keep me going while writing my dissertation, bless her. A girl needs friends like […]Read more >
So I’ve finally done it and have set up my very own blog. Hurrah! I’m currently writing a disseration for my post-graduate diploma in Internal Communications Management on social media/Web 2.0 and its impact on internal communication. A truly fascinating subject that is keeping me awake at night (literally) as I’m making contact with lots […]Read more >
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