Whatever size your business ambitions, shouldn't your organisation strive for excellence in some realm? Your intranet can support and automate processes, leaving your people to be remarkable.
The 'Gift of Comms' was the IABC UK's first charity focused comms event. Read the succinct lessons I learnt.
Rachel Miler, an experienced comms specialist and co-founder of theICcrowd, challenges you to consider how employees value 'your' comms.
I invite you to my webinar to discuss 'user' engagement and the intranet, and creating a successful participant based intranet.
How can our communiqués compete with a world that knows how to engage people's attention? Couldn't our internal communications be, y'know, human and interesting?
It’s something about being authentic, clear and concise yet thoughtful and human
Guest post from Jon Buscall in Sweden on the freedom blogging brings to small businesses.
Take a second to send a link to my website to your intranet manager / editor, in the hopes of brightening their day.
'Show n tell' sessions let you communicate something new to end-users and stakeholders; but what about reversing the flow to be 'bottom up' and running 'see n say' sessions?
What local level communication channels are available to Mildred, the booking system admin?
Download this one-page Image Editing Crib Sheet to help (you and) your intranet contributors use photos appropriately.
Wedge hates the idea of the intranet launching as soon as you log on to Windows, but he has to consdider the benefits, even if he can't contain or hide his infuriation!