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Inside Out is soon be replaced with Voice, our new quarterly print publication click here for more information.  We will continue to host previous copies of Inside Out available for members . InsideOut focuses on: professional development, new thinking, industry knowledge, case studies on award-winning work.
InsideOut April 2015
You know social collaboration will help make your organisation more efficient, you’ve convinced senior leaders to pay for new software – but what if employees don’t use it…? Angela Ashenden of MWD Advisors tells InsideOut the best ways to get employees involved.

Also in this month’s edition, meet the man who’s led employee engagement through the roof – at a call centre! Plus, find out about the psychology of fear in organisations, how IC was revamped for the team behind Beyoncé, why communicators need to be more than messengers, and the Sector Spotlight falls on the Wellcome Trust.
InsideOut March 2015
Just one in five people trust business leaders to tell the truth and more than half (54%) believe business greed is the main driver behind innovation. Does it matter and what can leaders – and more importantly communicators – do about it? These were the questions facing Dr Katalin Illes of Westminster Business School as she led a joint project with IoIC and West Midlands events agency Top Banana. Read what she discovered in InsideOut.

Also in this issue: what it's like to be a 'digital renaissance' communicator, why communicators are queuing up to 'coach' their leaders, how IC is like quantum physics, how board games are helping get messages to employees, and the Sector Spotlight falls on Energy & Utility Skills.
InsideOut February 2015
If the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, could the same be true of employees? InsideOut investigates the Cook Well, Work Well scheme which aims to make workers healthier and therefore less likely to take sick leave, while becoming more productive and engaged when they are at work.

In this issue there's also a warning from Dean Van Leeuwen - a keynote speaker at this year's IoIC Live - that communicators ignore the generation gap at their peril, plus we take a look at 'salary transparency', how drawing can boost comms, and why communicators should help set strategy rather than just pass it on. In addition, 'Sector Spotlight' focuses on Buckinghamshire County Council's Liz Fisher.
InsideOut January 2015
Video storytelling, the rise of analytics, the revival of print…all these feature in predictions for 2015 made by IC experts in London. Also in this edition, Institute chief executive Steve Doswell outlines a brave new world for IoIC with plans for a revamped Board structure, while Communicator of the Year - Saskia Jones of Oxfam GB – tells how she became a ‘trusted adviser’.

There are details of how to ‘lead your leaders’, author Emma Bridger offers nine ways to engage your workforce, and the Sector Spotlight falls on DC Thomson of Dundee – publishers of the Beano.
InsideOut November 2014
Improving technology and expanding businesses mean that workforces are spread across the globe as never before. So, communicating across cultures is becoming a common challenge. Dr Ana Adi tells InsideOut what to consider when looking for a platform to communicate with a multi-national workforce.

Also in this issue, IoIC Communicator of the Year, Mumsnet founder Justine Robert,s tells the secrets behind the successful rise of the biggest parents' network in the UK. Plus a focus on the NHS Listening Into Action campaign, why a water company is bringing the ‘outside in’, and the Sector Spotlight falls on Capita.
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