IOIC
Search

InsideOut

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 May 2014
Making your own TV programme is a growing trend among internal communicators – but what’s the best way to attract employee viewers? The answer may already be staring at you from your TV screen. InsideOut talks to ITN and other programme-makers about the ‘TV comfort blanket’.

The May edition also takes a look at: The great ‘to sub or not to sub’ debate – former newspaper editor and now CEO of Headlines Neil Fowler argues that writers ‘should get it right first time’ but others think that sub-editors still have a vital role to play. IoIC’s CPD programme has got off to a great start with more than 50 people already signed up – InsideOut talks to some ‘early adopters’.

There’s also an update from IoIC Live, with links to reports on all the sessions, and Michael Dunmore of Emperor argues that companies get more bang for their buck if what they tell employees is joined up with the comms for investors.
InsideOut April 2014
Internal communicators know their job is important because employee engagement can do everything from boosting productivity to cutting staff turnover. But sometimes comms can save lives…

April’s edition of InsideOut takes a look at great ways of communicating health & safety. It starts with a successful ‘crash course’ staged by E.ON to encourage its 8,000 employees not to use a mobile phone while driving.The feature also tells how Stay Safe Stan reduces risks for employees at Travis-Perkins and a Surrey agency helped cut accident figures for thousands of workers on a Brazilian oil pipeline.

Other stories this month include five ways to create a healthy workplace, how it feels to be internal communicator for the big-name journalists of The Sun and The Times, why communicating a major project is different from day-to-day comms, and a plea for more research into social media at work.
InsideOut March 2014
It’s a thorny issue but InsideOut has tackled it head on…are women better communicators than men? Firstly, John Gerzema, author of The Athena Doctrine, argues that feminine qualities are what’s needed in the future, especially in comms – and then leading communicators offer their verdict.

Also, Mairi Doyle of Bupa explains how the health company’s employees are saving lives by walking, self-confessed introvert Helen Deverell of Grant Thornton kicks off the introverts v extroverts battle, and Helena Moore of the Bromford Group asks whether employees now face too much comms ‘noise’.
InsideOut February 2014
How much do you love your career? If you’re passionate about internal comms, you’ll love the new IoIC CPD (Continuing Professional Development) programme. It will help you keep up-to-date with current comms trends, get involved with your peers, and get recognised as a true IC professional. And it costs just £30 a year... Read all about it in February’s InsideOut.

In addition you can find out how BT has been changing its culture by changing the language it uses to communicate with its 90,000 employees worldwide, pick up some tips on headline-writing along with some do’s and (a few painful) don’ts.

Also, author and internal comms expert Jenny Nabben explains the importance of influence to communicators and Nikki Griffiths (one of IoIC’s 30 Under 30 for 2014) argues that in the rush to adopt whizzy new digital comms channels we’re all in danger of forgetting good old face-to-face communication.
InsideOut January 2014
New year, new ideas. IoIC Live ’14 is the title of this year’s Institute conference and you can get an early heads up on what will be on offer in Brighton in May.

In addition you can pick up tips from the top on how to produce a triple-award-winning electronic magazine from the people behind the FEIEA prize-winning ConnectMag. In addition, Russell Grossman of the Dept of Business, Innovation & Skill gives his six-point plan for excellence in internal comms across the civil service – and Solent University explains how ALL its comms students landed great jobs.
Our Sponsors

Room Booking

Thanks for staying with us! Please fill out the form below and our staff will be in contact with your shortly. The see all of our room options please visit the link below.
See All Rooms
Member Login
Search