Guest post: Internal comms for remote workers

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My first guest post of 2019 comes from copywriter, Holly Head, and gives some really helpful ideas for communicating with remote workers. As someone who works from home full-time, this topic has some personal relevance for me. But I’m certainly not alone. Despite the recent focus on it, remote working, is not a new phenomenon. Community outreach workers, fundraisers and …

Are you getting communication right?

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“How do I make sure that people read my newsletter?” “How do I make people look at my website?” “How do I make sure that people listen to me?” These are questions which I regularly hear from charities and universities that I work with. And I usually have to answer with another question – how sure are you that you …

3 communication lessons from the CharityComms IC group

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Earlier this week I had the great pleasure of chairing a panel discussion at the CharityComms Special Interest Group for internal communictors. This fantastic group of people with responsibility for IC in the not-for-profit world comes together quarterly to compare notes, share experiences and learn from each other. This month our speakers came from other sectors, so that we could …

Need help with your communications in 2019?

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If so, I can help you to solve problems by communicating more effectively and motivating people to take actions. Communication is, apparently, the root of all evil – it is almost always cited in staff surveys and individual conversations at the water cooler as needing improvement. But there are always things you can do to make it better. As I …

Why does Santa need to get his internal communications right?

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I know that sounds like the opening line of a groan-worthy Christmas cracker joke, but it’s a serious question. I’m not sure of the exact employment status of the elves – does Santa pay them a living wage or are they volunteers, working at the North Pole because they want to make a difference to children’s lives – but whatever …