How to use a podcast for internal communication

Are you using podcasts inside your organisation? They have had a huge surge in popularity and are rapidly growing. But are they the latest shiniest thing (or “comms bling” as I call it) or something we need to seriously consider? Deloitte has just wrapped season one of The Green Room podcast, lead by Internal Comms …

How to plan your Internal Comms budget

Are you responsible for the Comms budget in your company? How do you plan and how do you measure what you do? Today I have a guest post to help you know what other professional communicators are doing and an invitation to participate in a survey. The article has been written by Anthony Bernard-Sasges, Specialist in Research …

Diary of an IC Apprentice at Warner Bros.

How do we expect to retain staff when we don’t value them? Internal Communications listens to employees and their stories, asking what can we do for you not what can you do for us. This is Georgia Cooke’s view. She is Internal Communications & Culture Apprentice at Warner Bros. and is here to reveal her thoughts …

How to construct an internal comms narrative

By Liam FitzPatrick, Don’t confuse messaging with spinning – being persuasive begins by understanding what your audience really believes already. At the heart of every communication plan is the essential message that needs sharing. Who hasn’t experienced the joy of debating the nuances of words with project teams, or attempting to draw together the diverging opinions …

Do you need to be an IC pro to deliver IC tasks?

By Advita Patel, I’ve not written a blog for a few weeks as I’ve been all over the place recently, all good stuff which I will share soon. But first I want to write about something I read a couple of days ago that’s been niggling me. On LinkedIn I came across a post from …

Tunnel Vision: the story behind the Crossrail documentary

Crossrail and Transport for London made a documentary to promote their railway project. Should you get in on the action? By Gabrielle Lane and Alex Benady, A project on the scale of Crossrail doesn’t come along very often. London’s first new railway since 1979 will span more than 100km and 41 stations. It has so far cost £1bn …

Humanise Your Brand with Your Strongest Advocates

By Rob Coyne, GM, EMEA at Hootsuite, Employees can often be an organisation’s strongest advocates, and it’s time more brands started to use this to their advantage. By leveraging the power of human connection within an organisation, businesses can extend their reach, maximise their potential and increase employee satisfaction levels. Creating a working environment where …