Communication is the sister of leadership, yet in many organisations and across our profession, we fail to demonstrate the impact of effective internal communication.
Increase impact. Reduce noise. Become more relevant. Integrate platforms. Create more connectedness.
These are some of the demands that internal communicators are hearing most loudly these days.
It is not news that the world of internal communication is changing.
But how is it changing? And can IC practitioners help drive that change instead of being driven into the ground by it?
Remote working is becoming increasingly common across Europe.
In a recent conversation I heard a friend lament that we often hear of what we must do to succeed in a communication function and not much is shared about what people must avoid to get better or stay on course.
Nothing beats a face-to-face meeting. But what do you do when your company employs 3500 managers around the world?
The start-up landscape has exploded since the turn of the 21st century, forging new economic models whose taste for uncertainty and adventure has become the norm.
Forget technology for a moment; to innovate, ask your best questions. For unless a firm’s strategy for positive change is well-thought out and clear, the most powerful tech will fail to realise its potential.
Is employee engagement in crisis? Well… yes. And it’s hardly surprising considering how quickly society and technology is changing.
Information gaps, assumptions, misunderstandings, interpretations, personal biases, and social and environmental influences.