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The IoIC's Masters programme has been a highlight in my career

From the first time I contacted the IoIC about their Masters programme, I felt like I'd found my tribe! Although I'd been away from formal education for 20+ years, I was made feel welcome and included. Is this a lot of work? Yes, it is. However, expectations are clear from the outset and the tutoring team offered me their constant support. Did I en...
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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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Pride 2022

Pride month is celebrated every June around the globe. Here we're sharing some tips to mark the occasion in your organisation. It goes without saying that when you're thinking about participating in Pride month both internally and externally, it's important to take a step back and make sure you're taking the right approach. You could start by askin...
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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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Shouting loud about the ‘mystery’ career

I'm used to blank looks when I say I work in internal comms, so I was more than ready for the students' responses at a careers event I took part in this week. From being an #IChoseIC ambassador, I'm connected to an organisation called Inspiring the Future. Every so often, an opportunity to talk to young people about my job lands in my inbox, and th...
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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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Looking after yourself

While it's right to think first and foremost about the impact on those caught up in the conflict, it's also completely normal to feel upset from afar by what we're seeing in Ukraine. After a two-year pandemic, it's a lot to absorb, and experts agree that feeling overwhelmed is normal. You're allowed to feel safe and be concerned – the two aren't mu...
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The Future of Internal Communication podcast returns!

In September 2021, we launched a new podcast series – The Future of Internal Communication. Somewhat of an experiment at the time, we wanted something to accompany our Future of Work series, to serve those IoIC members who prefer audio to written reports and material.We've been blown away by its reception.Co-hosted by IoIC CEO, Jennifer Sproul, lea...
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The wonderful world of employee engagement and internal communication

When I left full-time education I wondered why I had chosen the subjects I had. English, history and psychology all made me buzz but I got frustrated when there didn't appear to be an obvious route for me to take. But I should have had more faith as it led to my career now – the wonderful world of employee engagement and internal communication. I l...
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Addressing Technological Roadblocks to Remote Work Communication

Technology is a wonderful thing. It allows us to socially distance ourselves amidst a pandemic and log in to work from the comfort of our own homes. These days, you won't even have to change out of your pyjama bottoms if that's what you choose since your co-workers will likely only see you through Zoom, anyway. But technology isn't always a delight...
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  • 5th July 2022
    Here we are, back at the stunning Goosedale in Nottingham, for our second IoIC Festival. It's our own Glastonbury with legends of IC performing across all our zones – presenting,...
  • 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...
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