Love him or hate him, there’s no denying that English comedian James Corden’s stint as host of The Late Late Show sparked a new trend in the way we watch our favourite programmes. The battle for viewers no longer takes
I live in a world where transparency, honesty and truth are the pillars of my profession. I spend time with leaders crafting messages to ensure they are clear, factual and honest and we discuss and debate the best way to
I was interested to read the highlights of the State of the Profession survey results published today by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). In particular there were some trends identified within public sector communication that were highlighted by
Fancy 67% click-through rates and events with thousands of delegates? Then target the stickiest communications channels of all: alumni networks By Gabrielle Lane EY has a $50bn problem. In the words of partner and global alumni leader Michael Destefano, EY
As we count down to this year’s #insidestory awards party, we hear from one of last year’s winners, John Townsend, as to why it meant so much to him to take the Clare Latham award in 2016… over to John…
The nature of how organisations communicate with their employees and customers is changing. IC pros don’t have the tools they need to do their job and are operating in a more advisory role. That’s not news to IC pros, or
There are three most common barriers that hinder communication to staff across geographies. Here’s how to bust them. Language comes first. Organisations with international operations neglect at their peril a vital piece of employee demographics – language preferences of staff.
Three trends are reshaping the profession Over the last couple of years we have been witnessing several changes to internal communication. Commoditisation of the function is but one of them. What commoditisation means in practice is that organisations (both commercial