Category: Internal Comms

The art of alumni communications

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

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Countdown to #Insidestory Awards – hear from one of last year’s winners

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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…

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The changing face of internal comms?

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

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Barrier-busters

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.

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The changing face of internal communication

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

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Introducing #PR2017

By Jason MacKenzie Found.Chart.PR, FCIPR, CIPR President-Elect 2016 was a year of unprecedented change. Political upsets and socio-economic consequences have had a profound effect on business around the world. As we approach the new year, the prevalent theme is uncertainty.

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How to use video effectively for internal comms

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How are you using video in your organisation? Want to know how to use it better? You’re in the right place as I’ve interviewed Sam Howson from Terra Firma Pictures to discover from a professional what we need to know. He’s

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A panoramic view

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Working in communication roles is a massive challenge and yet many of us still do it and more than that we enjoy doing it. Why is this when the pressure is huge and the demands are ever increasing? There are

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What by elections tell us about internal comms and engagement

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By Paula Keaveney I was a little worried that in writing this article I would give away some key Liberal Democrat secrets. But on reflection, people’s fondness for cakes is not exactly unknown. Most of us are used to seeing

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Engagement In Action

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Paul Summerhill, Vice Chair for CIPR Inside, shares his view of how we all work together to do what we do as a group for the profession. Over to Paul: I had been really looking forward to last week’s CIPR Inside

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