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Vlog series: Leadership Comms Tips

Short vlogs on supporting your leaders to communicate better with your employees.

In this series, produced in conjunction with Brand Experiences, IoIC Fellow, Nicholas Wardle, gives tips on how you can encourage your senior leaders to become better internal communicators.

Delivering the strategic narrative is a recognised enabler of engagement, but messages will only land if delivered in an easy to watch and easy to understand way. Viewing these short videos will give you ideas on:

  • How to encourage senior leaders to communicate more often
  • What you should be asking your leaders to focus upon when they communicate with your employees
  • How leaders should present themselves to appear more engaging

We hope you find these useful.

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