Monthly Archives: February 2014

Lessons in Leadership.

So, you’ve recently been appointed CEO to one of the largest multinational organisations in the world. You operate in every corner of the globe, but your HQ is in Europe where the numbers reveal a serious downward trend. Worse, the … Continue reading

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Barclays – still haemorrhaging trust all over.

When Chief Executive of Barclays – Antony Jenkins – was guest editor of the Today programme on Radio 4 over Christmas, he said that he expected it to be five to 10 years before he can restore public trust in … Continue reading

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Content creator, curator, community manager, or all of the above?

It may seem like an odd trio of activities to lump together when considering the role of the internal communications professional in 2014. The debate around content creation vs content curation has been rumbling on for years, however bringing the … Continue reading

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