Considering making the leap from in-house to agency? Unsure about what to expect? In this blog, I share some insights from my own experience of working in an agency, as well of those of others who have taken the plunge.
GDPR is coming and internal communicators need to be prepared. Coming into effect on 25 May the General Data Protection Regulation is a piece of EU legislation that will supersede the Data Protection Act. It aims to keep people’s data safer and to give people more say on how their personal information is used.
The ability for people to differentiate between urgent and important is difficult at the best of times, but in the run up to Christmas, all rational thinking goes out the window……
From Taylor Swift to Uber, gender pay gap to GDPR, reputation keeps hitting the headlines. But what role do IC pros play in shaping and protecting reputation, not only for the organisations we work for but our industry and our own personal brands?…
On Monday I attended #SmileLondon hosted by Simply Communicate. As always it was an event packed full of insights and valuable networking. There was a broad range of speakers and presentations from companies such as Intrateam, Crowdoscope, Bank of England, Pandora, Beezy, Pladis, Swoop Analytics, Towergate and Workplace. And of course, the discussion among delegates […]
We all know professional development is important, but when you barely have time to make a cup of tea most days, let alone drink it, how can you find the time (and budget) to invest in yourself? Never fear, Alive are here to give you some ideas.…
This is what the CIPR Inside committee wanted to find out through their first ever piece of research. I am proud to be one of the key committee members alongside Jenni Field, Trudy Lewis and Lisa Pantelli who led it and presented our findings at the CIPR Inside conference on 1 November.
Could the answer to the age-old question “why doesn’t internal communication have a seat at the top table?” be our distinct lack of universally recognised, credible practice standards? Russell-Oliver Brooklands certainly thinks so, which is why he’s on a mission to help set the standard.
Soggy bottoms, erect biscuit structures and a rather inappropriately shaped snail. It can only mean one thing. The Great British Bake Off is back on our screens but with some noticeable changes. So how have the Great British public adapted to the new channel, judge and presenters and what can IC pros learn about dealing […]
This November communicators will be gathering to learn about and discuss the Future Digital Workplace. And readers of my blog can get 1/3 off their ticket price!