Category Archives: employee advocacy

What is the optimum size for an internal comms function?

I started re-considering this question when I read a LinkedIn status update from my former CommsQuest colleague David Norton who wrote: “It is that time of year again, just had the 3rd meeting this week about Comms budgets for 2016. … Continue reading

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Four things internal comms and marketing comms can learn from each other

In my previous post The Yin and Yang of Corporate Messaging, I referenced Shel Holtz’s article that listed 11 good reasons to keep employee communications as a distinct function, separate from external communication functions.  In this follow-on post, I highlight … Continue reading

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Marketing and internal communications – the yin & yang of corporate messaging

In this blog I have previously written extensively about the future of internal communications and where it should sit within an organisation for maximum effectiveness.  (See The Future of Internal Comms. Is there one? and Internal comms – Poor relation … Continue reading

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