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Internal Communications, Sunday Style

Spin Sucks

Because churches have one of the most complex internal communications challenges of any organization. At the church I attend—admittedly a large church— internal communications must flow through many different people including: Pastoral staff. by Clay Morgan Time for a little church.

Should We Take the “Internal” Out of Internal Communications?

Spin Sucks

By Gerard Corbett “Internal communications” is an anachronism. Born from the recognition that employees were becoming a critical constituency, companies at the turn of the century began establishing internal communications departments to develop employee morale.

Get Creative with Internal Communications

Spin Sucks

about a critical component of PR: Internal communications. When two companies become one, internal communications is a high priority. We all know internal stakeholders can be our best external advocates. How can you innovate internal communications?

How to Supercharge Your Internal Communications

Spin Sucks

Just like any other department, internal communications needs to be proactively maintained. If you revamp your company’s internal communications, productivity will skyrocket because time-sensitive messages will reach employees quickly and be read promptly.

Voice and Tone in Internal Communications

Spin Sucks

But, too often, organizations aren’t quite as careful with their internal communications. Internal Documents Represent Your Brand’s Voice, Too The fact is, your entire team is on the forefront of communicating your brand.

Structured Meetings Make for Better Internal Communications

Spin Sucks

By Gini Dietrich There has been a lot written this month about internal communications on this very blog. What we haven’t talked much about is how important transparency is in internal communications.

How to Manage a Millennial Intern

Spin Sucks

Corina Manea shares our "secret recipe" for an amazing internship for your interns. The post How to Manage a Millennial Intern appeared first on Spin Sucks. Want to create a fantastic internship experience?

5 Ways to Improve Internal Communication

Cision

Here are five key takeaways from IPR’s white paper about how to improve internal communications: 1. Treat your internal publics like your external publics. “Internal communications should not be treated as a one-size-fits-all proposition.”

Implementing Internal Change: Don’t Forget Your Team

Spin Sucks

Internal change was needed. Where we fell short was developing a plan to deal with the staff and communicate internally why we had to do what we did and what it meant for the company. Apprehension was turning into hope that there was a true internal change afoot in the newsroom.

Exploring the Impact of Internal Social Media Usage on Employee Engagement

IPR

Exploring the impact of internal social media usage on employee engagement. The emergence of internal social media platforms/applications is creating opportunities for organizations to promote collaboration between employees and to improve employee engagement.

PRSA 2016 International Conference: Be Aggressive, Be Audacious, Be Bold

Cision

The PRSA 2016 International Conference in Indianapolis brought together some of today’s top thought leaders in the field of communication– and then some. Best Practices Events Featured PRSA International Conference public relations strategy

A Peek Inside Internal Communications at Arment Dietrich

Spin Sucks

By Clay Morgan As we discuss internal communications, I thought some people might be interested in learning more about the systems we have in place at Arment Dietrich. Internal Communications Tools iMessage. Probably the most-used tool in our internal communications arsenal is iMessage.

Let’s Change the World On International Women’s Day

Spin Sucks

This Thursday, March 8, is International Women’s Day. Whomever it may be, there are two ways you can say thank you…and begin to change the world, leading up to International Women’s Day. entrepreneur Social Media international women's day oxfam america

Knowing your organization’s hidden structure can help make internal communications more relevant

Holtz Communication + Technology

Any internal communication needs to pass three tests before employees will act on it. So far, so good; internal communicators can handle logistics and attention. New lines of business —These are smaller operations, the internal version of a startup.

How to reinvent your internal communications department (before it’s too late)

Holtz Communication + Technology

I noted in a post about a year ago that BBC’s former HR and Internal Communications Director, Lucy Adams, wrote, “Internal communications as a narrowly defined function and approach is dead.” How do internal comms departments help companies benefit from it?

Five Reasons the Intern Shouldn’t Run Social Media

Spin Sucks

Your intern has more Twitter followers than you do. Though much of management is wearing the “social media strategy” hat in the board room, the work gloves of “implementation” are being worn by interns more often than you might think. Interns are all the rage these days in social media.

Trends in Internal Communication: Generational Shifts, Internal Social Media & Engagement

IPR

These generational shifts demand internal communication professionals make major adjustments in how they communicate. Millennials are expected to comprise 75% of the workforce by 2025 (Deloitte, 2014), and according to internal communicators I interviewed, they have different communication expectations. I interviewed 32 internal communicators working in 26 companies and organizations. Rise of Internal Social Media.

Here’s the one question internal communication surveys don’t ask (but should)

Holtz Communication + Technology

” It’s a sentiment internal communicators should take to heart. Yet on internal communication surveys, employees continue to state their preference for intranets and email. It is up to internal communicators to make that mechanism available.

Internal communications thought leaders on the value of the employee communications function

Holtz Communication + Technology

I recently posted a vigorous rationale for maintaining a discrete internal communications function as a response to a growing chorus of voices who have deemed employee communications antiquated and irrelevant. Internal communications teams can no longer “control” communication.

The Benefits of Mentoring an Intern

Solo PR Pro

Poor grammar aside – and keeping in mind no one in our scenario is a dog – I find a lot of parallels between this sentiment and the experience of mentoring a talented intern. An intern brings new energy, ideas and a fresh perspective to your practice – I like to say they keep me young!

Attracting Talent with an Internal Web Academy

Spin Sucks

The post Attracting Talent with an Internal Web Academy appeared first on Spin Sucks. Great talent is hard to find, for all companies in different industries. Piktochart, the tech startup found an innovative way to grow its own pool of talented people while building the local ecosystem.

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Internal communicators need to tell the customer’s story

Holtz Communication + Technology

The transformation of internal comms departments is evident in the titles of their leaders. No longer are the most forward-looking departments guided by VPs or Directors of Employee or Internal Communication. Consider it a prescription for ensuring internal comms is indispensable

Webinar: Internal Influencer Marketing

Holtz Communication + Technology

Few organizations even know who their internal influencers are, no less how they can help spread messages with greater credibility and better results. That’s why I’m offering a webinar on internal influencer marketing at noon Eastern on July 26. Register.

The Challenges of Introducing Internal Social Media: The Coordinators’ Roles and Perceptions

IPR

The challenges of introducing internal social media – the coordinators’ roles and perceptions. The Challenges of Introducing Internal Social Media: The Coordinators’ Roles and Perceptions appeared first on Institute for Public Relations. Author(s), Title and Publication. Madsen, V.

Internal communication channels: Kier's winning formula

The Blueballroom

I had the pleasure of hearing Gordon Dowall-Potter, Group Head of Internal Communications at Kier , speak at the Digital Transformation conference in Cologne ( #wcdgtc ). He kindly shared the Kier Internal Communications objectives which beautifully illustrate just that.

Internal Communications: It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World

Spin Sucks

Internal communications in a man’s world is very difficult, so I’m excited to share how I was successful in these industries when working with male executives, chemists, engineers, marketing managers, and salesmen. My main task in addition to all other internal communications responsibilities?

Exploring the Connection Between Internal Communication and Employee Engagement

IPR

Key drivers of employee engagement include nature of the job and work environment, recognition of one’s work, social climate, personality traits, and most important for this particular study – internal communication. Career Development International , 17 (3), 208-230.

Chats with Chip: Ryan Williams on Internal Communications and Measurement

Media Bullseye

The most recent episode of Chats with Chip featured a conversation about internal communications and measurement with Ryan Williams , a partner with Tekara Effectiveness. Despite the positives of internal communications strategies, Ryan recognizes the difficulties.

Six Ways Employer Branding Can Improve Internal Communication

IPR

But are internal communicators aware of and embracing the employer branding movement, and if so, how does this impact their approach to internal communication? Development International , 9 (5), 501-517. internal branding.

International Women’s Day: Lessons in Leadership from the Women of MWW

Return on Reputation

March 8 is International Women’s Day (IWD), a holiday that celebrates the achievements of women worldwide and inspires the next generation of women to make their mark on the world. General Corporate International Women''s Day

Does internal comms get the respect it deserves?

Media Bullseye

Despite the need for employees to be engaged and informed, sometimes it feels as though internal communications is treated as an afterthought rather than a core PR practice. Employees read the content, and more importantly, internal surveys demonstrate that they trust the content too.

Monday Roundup: Internal Communications

Waxing UnLyrical

It’s impossible to communicate your brand’s value and mission to the general public without first communicating it well internally. So how can you gain cohesiveness in your organization through internal communications? The case for internal communications.

Welcome Kevin Gaboury: LTPR’s New Intern

LTPR

It’s the New Year and that can only mean one thing: A new intern! The post Welcome Kevin Gaboury: LTPR’s New Intern appeared first on LTPR. Please help us welcome Kevin Gaboury to our team for the winter.

LT Public Relations Intern Wanted for Fall 2014

LTPR

The leaves are changing and the pumpkin spice lattes are out…which means LT Public Relations is ready for its next intern. We are looking for a college student […] The post LT Public Relations Intern Wanted for Fall 2014 appeared first on LTPR.

The Intern and the Executive Coach, Part I: Clueless

Waxing UnLyrical

Now, I’m used to getting bad pitches on a regular basis (which is an extremely sad thing to admit as a state of regularity for the public relations industry), but this one made even my jaw drop: Hello, My name is and I am the current intern at __. This is a true story.

5 ways internal content can boost your brand

PR Daily

In the race to continually spit out content that consumers are interested in, brand managers can—and often do—make use of effective internal communication efforts to enhance external content marketing and PR campaigns.

Monday Roundup: International Women’s Day

Waxing UnLyrical

Yesterday was International Women’s Day ( marked for the first time in 1911 , and for the first time on March 8 in 1914… the more you know …). Six marketing lessons for International Women’s Day. International Women’s Day: This Is What It Really Means To Act #LikeAGirl. Case Study: Blogger Outreach for Oxfam America’s International Women’s Day 2012 Campaign. Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Monday Roundup: International Women’s Day.

Internal Revolt

Online PR Thoughts

It happens in politics, in business and elsewhere -- the internal revolt. The hard part is when an internal revolt is played out in the media. Dissidents rise in protest over an organization's actions and sometimes go public directly, such as Edward Snowden or indirectly through whispering to the media. There isn't much one can do from a public relations perspective.

LTPR Welcomes Nicolas Capistrano as Summer Intern

LTPR

August 1, 2016 – LT Public Relations , a Portland-based communications firm, welcomes Nicolas Capistrano as its summer intern. The post LTPR Welcomes Nicolas Capistrano as Summer Intern appeared first on LTPR. PORTLAND, Ore.,

Stalwart Interns. Where are they now?

The Stalwart Blog

I thought it would be a good time to check in on our former interns and find out where they are now. Melina Destein , Stalwart summer 2012 intern. Brianna Bruinsma , Stalwart summer 2013 intern. Patrice Smith , Stalwart summer 2014 intern.