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IoIC have partnered with leading publishers to give our members a 20% discount across many of their titles.

Kogan Page publishes market-leading books on internal communications, human resource management, change management and more to help HR managers attract, develop and retain staff more effectively. 

IoIC members can save 20% on all business books and toolkits, from the new Effective HR Communication by Debra Corey (members can save £5.99) to the Employee Engagement Toolkit by IoIC speaker Emma Bridger (members can save £119.80). The discount includes free P&P in the UK.  We have picked a few of the titles for you, below. 


The Kogan Page publisher discount can be applied to all of their titles, not just the ones IoIC have highlighted. To access the discount code, click here - Members Bookshop Discount
 

    

    Employee Engagement Toolkit

    Emma Bridger   

    Design and deliver your employee engagement strategy more effectively with this printable, customizable
    training programme.





   

    Employee Engagement & Communications Research
    Susan Walker

    The complete handbook to measuring and evaluating employee engagement and offers a guide
    to implementing change based on results.







    Neuroscience for Organizational Change
    Hilary Scarlett 
    Draw on evidence from neuroscience to help ensure the success of change management programmes
    by building cultures and designing processes that help people be more innovative, productive and engaged.







    Effective HR Communication
    Debra Corey

    Effectively communicate to all stakeholders the value of HR schemes and projects with this practical
    guide for HR professionals.






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