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July 24, 2019 #CommsChat on the summertime blues

As we wind down for our annual summer hiatus, we’ll be looking at how communicators can beat the summertime blues.Topics include: Is the summer a difficult time for PR in terms of cut-through? How can agencies beat the summer slowdown and remain productive? Do internal communicators have a tough time in engagement and awareness during […]

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July 10, 2019 #CommsChat on mental health communications at work

This week on #CommsChat, we’ll be joined by Jo-Hannah Hooper (@madandsadclub), who will discuss the issues related to mental health in the workplace and the internal comms surrounding it. Topics include: What challenges are there in communicating around mental health at work? Do you feel confident in running a comms campaign around mental health at […]

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May 21, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on digital versus interpersonal comms

This week on #CommsChat, we looked at digital communciations and the possible impact it is having on interpersonal communications both in terms of internal comms and marketing communications. For those of you interested in digital comms, check out this year’s Digital Impact Awards  

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May 20, 2019 #CommsChat on the effect of digital on interpersonal comms

This week on #CommsChat, we’ll look at digital communciations and the possible impact it is having on interpersonal communications both in terms of internal comms and marketing communications. Topics include: Are any aspects of interpersonal relationships suffering as a result of digital comms? Are employees and customers becoming immune to digital communications? Is the change […]

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April 30, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on inclusivity and corporate culture

How can communicators develop an inclusive culture within an organisation? What defines inclusivity? These and other topics were discussed on Monday’s #CommsChat on the development of a corporate culture.  

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April 9, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on AI in internal comms

With the IoIC Live national conference coming up on May 9-10, celebrating 70 years of the IoIC, one of the speakers, Silvia Cambie, European lead Watson ecosystem at IBM joined Monday’s #CommsChat. She discussed the relevance of AI in internal comms and the coming questions that will face internal communicators regarding artificial intelligence.  

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April 4, 2019 #CommsChat with the IoIC on AI in internal comms

With the IoIC Live national conference coming up on May 9-10, celebrating 70 years of the IoIC, one of the speakers, Silvia Cambie, European lead Watson ecosystem at IBM will be joining Monday’s #CommsChat. She’ll discuss the relevance of AI in internal comms and the coming questions that will face internal communicators regarding artificial intelligence. […]

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February 13, 2019 #CommsChat on the nexus of brand and HR

Working at the nexus of HR and branding requires an understanding of organisational culture, brand, HR and internal communications. How should employer brand strategies be developed and who should be responsible for their implementation? We’ll be joined by Narda Shirley, MD of Gong Communications (@Gongcomms) on Monday’s #CommsChat to discuss the following topics. The issue […]

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February 12, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on the measurement and ROI of internal comms

Getting the most out of a company’s internal culture requires effective communications and HR practices. Evaluating the success of that work can help companies to learn and develop new approaches to the internal culture, thus crafting a stronger business. But how can communicators do that? We were joined by Cyrus Gilbert-Rolfe, MD, EMEA from SocialChorus […]

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February 5, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on cutting through the digital clutter

Email has taken over the working lives of almost every desk-sitter, everywhere. That poses a problem for marketers, internal communicators and PR professionals alike. What can communicators do to cut through the digital clutter?  

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