using tools from the applied anthropology toolbox can help organisations of all kinds, by enhancing their ability to sift through the layers of individual, social and cultural meaning that shape so much of what they do

The future of being human

By Ezri Carlebach, communications consultant, writer and lecturer, member of the PR and Communications Council, and Fellow of the Institute of Internal Communication and the Royal Society of Arts.  As we approach the third decade of the third millennium, there seems to be a powerful narrative informing the zeitgeist (“an invisible agent or force dominating the characteristics of […]

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You can put rainbow lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig: a blog about diversity and inclusion in the corporate communications profession.

You can put rainbow lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig

Is the corporate communication profession doing enough to encourage inclusion and diversity? This was the title of an event it was our privilege to host last week. Numerous studies, such as this one from the Harvard Business Review show how companies with employees from diverse age groups, ethnic and social backgrounds, physical abilities, gender and […]

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Comms Leaders is growing with the addition of a new associate, Carla Phelps

Comms Leaders is growing!

Happy new year. We start 2017 with exciting news that, following a successful first year in business, Comms Leaders is growing with the addition of associate Carla Phelps. For over five years, Carla has recruited within the internal communications profession and has worked with high profile organisations across industry sectors. In her new role at […]

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