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7 Ways To Overcome Employee Resistance To Change

Change in a company is supposed to be for the greater good and or what's best for the company itself, right? Though, change may not be good for everyone in your workforce. In fact, employees have the right to question company changes, if they don't like what they're seeing; and, they have the right to suggest any alternatives that can alleviate any...
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The learning & development needs of IC newcomers

Last month, the IoIC shared a short survey asking internal comms professionals to let us know about their perspective of their learning and development needs, based on the IoIC profession map. Of the 92 respondents who completed the survey, 17 fell into the FutureNet criteria of having three years' or less experience of working in internal communic...
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Email Newsletter  The Water Cooler By All Things IC AB Thinks by AB Communications Monday Briefing by Wadds INC Make Work Better by Bruce Daisley The Gatehouse Team Comms Rebel Review by Comms Rebel Simply CommunicateDigital Buzz BlogHubspot's Marketing BlogCampaign LiveBuzzfeed AdweekThe Marketing SocietyCreativepool DailySocial Media TodayGo...
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Woah, Bodyform. Why authenticity is communications’ lifeblood.

If you haven't seen it, stop what you're doing, and allow yourself an uninterrupted 3 minutes 18 seconds to absorb this. Done? Welcome back. The devastation of a failed pregnancy, the agony of endometriosis, the ecstasy of physical intimacy. All the pleasures, monthly pains and milestones from the first unnerving spots of blood through to the fiery...
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Returning To Workplaces After Lockdown: The New Zealand Experience

New Zealand is the envy of the world having near-eradicated Covid-19. Our Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, has received worldwide praise on her 'go hard, go early' policy and distinctive communication skills. Consistent language such as 'our team of five million, and 'be strong, be kind and unite' has undoubtedly won the hearts and minds of her fell...
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#AskFutureNet – how to shine online

Lyn Roseaman, public speaking expert, joined us at June's #AskFutureNet session to share her top tips for making an impact when speaking online. Here are a few highlights… 1. Prepare and practiseDon't leave your set up to chance on the day. Lyn says: "Before the talk or presentation think: is my setting right for the purpose? And check in advance w...
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Team Building on Remote Mode: Do Companies Actually Need It?

'Quarantine' and 'remote' are the two main words that influenced the business at the very beginning of 2020. The closure of offices and the transfer of employees to the 'remote mode' don't mean that work with personnel at this time should be stopped. It's just the opposite! Now, remote work format is more popular than ever. Holding i...
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Adapting for the future with human-centred communication

We are experiencing a time in our lives, both personally and professionally, that we will never forget. The coronavirus pandemic has challenged the internal communication profession like never before, as we work at a different pace with a volume of change that has been difficult to navigate – all while the future and long-term impact remains unknow...
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Organisational stability and flexibility: dealing with the paradox

Organisations need stability yet also need to be flexible to deal with uncertain situations. To manage this paradox, we can learn from professional athletes. Right about now, sports fans across the world should have been anticipating a summer of joy. Next month they would have watched our finest athletes head off to Tokyo to compete in the Olympics...
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The art of writing your CV

When it comes to updating your CV why do we find this the hardest thing to do in the job search process? Not the interview, but updating the CV? After giving this some thought I have decided to share some of my thoughts about what I, as a specialist internal communications recruitment consultant would like to see from you when you are applying for ...
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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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