Template Title

Supporting line managers: cascade confidence, not communications

on



Here’s something we could all probably admit to: from time to time we like to fit in. Whether it’s professionally, socially or with that must-have outfit, finding something to be a good fit can be a vital component of getting on and getting ahead.  ..


Dusting off the DeLorean – how IC pros can become time travellers

on



Ever wished you could time travel? Chances are if you work in internal communications, you already do. And when you spend your days zipping back and forth from the CEO’s vision of the future, to the employees living in the here and now (not forgetting the ones still living in the past), the old comms DeLorean racks up quite a few miles….   ..


A lesson in marketing – what IC pros can learn from their glamorous communication cousins

on


There’s a great quote that goes “Don’t envy what people have, emulate what they did to have it”. Never a truer word spoken, especially when it comes to internal communicators, who often find themselves in the shadow of their more glamorous marketing colleagues. So, rather than covet their bigger budgets, should we be uncovering the secrets of their success?  ..


Reconnecting with the disconnected

on



Frontline teams are the face of organisations, dealing directly with clients and customers. Yet, they are the teams most likely to feel disengaged. So, we’ve been out and about talking to the best IC minds in the industry to find out how we change this.  ..


Coaching 101: a guide for communicators

on



Being a communicator can be pretty awesome. We get to wear many hats whether it’s writer, event planner, technology guru (where budgets allow of course), confidant, mediator, strategist...the list goes on. And now we’re adding another one: coach.  ..


Wake up to employee branding

on


Internal communicators have been rolling their eyes for a while now, as our organisations slowly wake up to the idea that employees make great external brand advocates.  ..


© Alive With Ideas 2015