At what point do you appoint internal brand police?
Bob Hayward Blog, Internal Communication, Brand, Branding, Protecting the Brand, Employee EngagementRead more
Does everyone contribute in your meetings..?
Back in 1979 the Schnelle brothers recorded a series of meetings to establish the number and pattern of utterances per hour in meetings.Read more
Measuring the effectiveness of internal communication
The 2005 FEIEA (the Federation of Business Communicator Associations in Europe) survey of it's members in 13 countries acrossRead more
The dance of the facilitators
What does dancing have to do with facilitation?Read more
Preferred modes of internal communication
Many surveys conducted into employees preferred mode of internal communication suggest that the all time favourite remains face to face.Read more
Five Myths of Employee Engagement
Discuss the topic of engagement with Senior Managers or Consultants and the following barriers or myths often come up as reasons to be wary of taking employee engagement too far.Read more
A study by Center & Jackson
A study by Center & Jackson carried out on behalf of the International Association of Business Communicators in 1995 came up with the following list of items your people most want to hear about.Read more
Effective internal communication
Effective internal communication is an essential part of a smoothly running business organisation. In the modern organisation there will be multi-channel flows of internal communication.Read more
Involvement leads to engagement
What makes some succeed better with implementation of key messages in large organisations than others?Read more
Leeds or Barcelona..?
Given the choice where would you rather spend a couple of days?Read more