A guest blog by Belinda Gannaway about the role of internal communications in enhancing EX - the employee experience.

The role of IC in EX – it’s not all front of house

By Belinda Gannaway, Strategy Director at FathomXP The rise of EX – Employee Experience It’s 30 years since the experience economy started to gain attention. But it’s taken a while for the thinking around experience and employees to collide. EX only really arrived on the scene as a way of thinking about people in the […]

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Why it pays to talk Human. A blog by Sam Knowles about communicating with empathy and how not to alienate your audience

Why it pays to talk Human

By Sam Knowles, Founder & MD of storytelling consultancy, Insight Agents Here’s a paradox of communications. Otherwise eloquent folks often adopt the most curious dialect when they’re thrust into the spotlight and asked to explain why they do what they do. The invitation to tell your story ought to usher in a moment of clarity […]

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How to create an attractive employee value proposition

How to create an attractive employee value proposition

By Dominic Wylie, Senior Communication Consultant, like minds Building a bespoke employee value proposition to retain and attract talent, nurture brand values and enhance overall company performance has never been more important. In today’s businesses, the employee value proposition is a critically important piece of cultural infrastructure: get it right, and you could help overcome […]

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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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Vicki featured in The Communications Agency's 'Who's Who Wednesday' article in November: a weekly profile about who's who in internal communication. Here is an excerpt.

As featured in The Communications Agency’s ‘Who’s Who Wednesday’

Vicki featured in The Communications Agency’s ‘Who’s Who Wednesday’ article in November: a weekly profile about who’s who in internal communication. Here is a taster: Tell us a bit about your role: I’m one of the four partners at Comms Leaders. We’re a specialist recruiter for the corporate communications industry. We connect exceptional talent with […]

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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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