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IoIC President’s blog: Makers of IC history

The launch of the first-ever historical study of internal comms from its origins in the 1880s to the present day will further legitimise IC's valuable contribution to shaping organisational practice. IoIC president Suzanne Peck outlines why IoIC is proud to be a key partner and why our past is also key to informing our future. "We are not makers of...
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IoIC President’s blog: Harnessing the buzz of ‘collective effervescence’ for employee engagement

The magic, connection and unique sense of community formed when large numbers of people come together is an opportunity for comms gold, says IoIC president, Suzanne Peck. When was the last time you felt the buzz of 'collective effervescence'? It's a great term that describes that sense of harmony, connection, of being a part of a community and some...
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IoIC President’s blog: Loosening the grip of imposter syndrome

Experiencing doubt and low confidence about our abilities and skills as IC professionals feels on the rise, says IoIC President Suzanne Peck. Why does imposter syndrome seem to be so prevalent at a time when we're needed as confident communicators?   Is imposter syndrome within the internal communications profession on the rise? Over the past ...
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Trust and influence: how internal communication is responding to Covid-19 challenges

Recent research says that trust in government is rising higher than trust in businesses during this crisis, how are internal communicators approaching this challenging time? IoIC President, Suzanne Peck, reflects on the IoIC's own recent Covid-19 comms survey. At the start of the crisis, a colleague warned that how organisations communicated with t...
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The sense of community and pride in our profession is still strong

I wanted to be a journalist from about the age of 10 and started my career on evening, then daily newspapers. I then worked in corporate communications roles in-house with Marks & Spencer, McAlpine, Shell and GSK and although working in-house was great, I think working within an agency suits me better as you're working alongside so many differe...
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  • 28th June 2022
    Head of membership at CIPD and former IoIC board member Oli Howard has recently joined our impressive list of internal communicators who have received Fellowships. Here, he shares some valuable...
  • 21st June 2022
    Our latest IoIC Fellow Joanna Parsons, head of internal communications & culture with teamwork, discusses overcoming a case of imposter syndrome, being a “silo surfer” and the impact...
  • 14th June 2022
    After over 20 years of working in internal comms, Jo Bland, head of strategic engagement and internal communications at NHS Digital, has received a Fellowship in the profession. She tells us why...
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