Organisations with a strong employer brand outperform their competitors. Yet organisations continue to place too much focus on ad hoc recruitment and other short-term initiatives.
According to recent research1, those organisations most capable of engaging their employees have four times higher earnings per share, higher customer engagement, lower absenteeism, and 21 per cent higher profitability than those that d
The project management office (PMO) in many enterprises is emerging as a driver of change to the whole culture of the organisation.
Attracting employees, retaining them and making them your organisation’s ambassadors is more critical today than ever before.
With advanced people analytics, digitalisation and personalised storytelling, today’s internal communicator is able to be much more effective.
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.