Tag Archives: internal communication

Do you really like football?

‘You don’t really like football do you’, my mum asked me today. It came as I was discussing the recent Euro matches including the amazing win by Wales. I had to remind her that I had been the only girl … Continue reading

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Bringing joy into the office

Tomorrow is ‘bring your dog to work day’ which bring joy and dread into many hearts depending on your viewpoint. People will probably ask why would you do that and say that it must be disruptive to the working environment. … Continue reading

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Keeping the wheels turning

I took my car in for a service today. It sounds dull but it is really important to keep it working at its best. I needed to have a specialist check it over and maintain the key parts as well … Continue reading

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Reconnecting with employees

I enjoyed taking part in tonight’s #commschat on Twitter which was discussing employee engagement. It is something close to my heart as I have spent a large part of today discussing how to move internal communication to be less about … Continue reading

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Showing you care

We all spend quite a bit of our time in work. In recent years the world of work has become even more pressured and we are keeping plates spinning on a daily basis. It is easy to get focused on … Continue reading

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Finding ways to cope

I was pleased to read that the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) is tackling one of the last taboo subjects – that of mental health issues. It follows recent surveys that have shown it is a problem for the … Continue reading

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Ask, listen and don’t instruct

It seems we are no longer talking about internal communication but now the focus is on employee engagement. Unfortunately, the speed of change in the approach is not being mirrored within many organisations. Even when employee engagement gets mentioned the … Continue reading

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