It’s World Book Day – an initiative set-up to get the UK sharing stories. If you’re managing internal comms in your organisation, why not take 10 minutes to share a story on your company intranet or social media groups? Tools and resources are available online (mostly aimed at schools and children) to inspire you and helpContinue Reading My top 10 books for internal communicators
From the day I received my first five-year diary as a child I was hooked on recording life’s events. I became an observer of people and analyser of my deepest thoughts. So, in my search for topics to include in my 2019 desk calendar, I was intrigued to read about ‘the greatest diarist of all’,Continue Reading Internal blogs, what’s the point?
February 7th was ‘Time to Talk Day’ – a national initiative from Time to Change, a growing social movement that’s working to change the way we all think and act about mental health problems. As someone who started out in internal comms in 1999, it’s great to see organisations encouraging us to be more openContinue Reading It’s time to talk every day
If you’re like me and love a good story, you’ll be looking forward to National Storytelling Week – 26 January to 2 February. It’s a great reminder for those of us in the internal comms profession to sharpen our pencils and use this age-old practice to build a connected, engaged and purposeful organisation. I’m aContinue Reading Storytelling for internal communicators
2019…where did that come from? Happy New Year! I’m Pauline Foster and I’m celebrating 20 years as an independent internal communication consultant. To commemorate this wondrous event, I’ve produced a desk calendar (details on how to grab a copy are at the end of this blog), which focuses on themes of interest to internal communicators,Continue Reading My first blog