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Effective crisis communications takes more than preparation and process, it takes practice.

As storms Desmond, Eva, and Frank tore through England and Scotland over Christmas, it wasn’t just the physical infrastructure and architecture that took a battering. Some of the communication structures set up to help deal with the effects of the storms also fell victim to the weather. What the Christmas period demonstrated was that far +

Posted on February 12, 2016 by

Who’s Britain’s most influential regional sports journalist?

His football club may not be table-toppers, but the Evening Chronicle’s Newcastle United reporter, Lee Ryder, is today named by Aberfield as Britain’s most influential regional sports journalist. Ryder, the Chronicle’s chief sports writer, who has been with the paper since 2005, beat Liverpool Echo’s James Pearce and the Manchester Evening News’ Rob Dawson to +

Posted on February 11, 2016 by

What employees want: Part 3 – Video, collaboration and understanding

This week we’ve been sharing the findings from our latest research into what employees want from internal comms. So far, we’ve explored humanisation, social media and inside out comms and what these mean for IC teams this year. In this third and final post, we’re discussing video content, collaboration and the importance of understanding your internal +

Posted on February 5, 2016 by

What employees want: Part 2 – Email, social media and inside out comms

Yesterday we posted Part 1 of our research findings into how employers are communicating internally, and what employees really want from their company’s internal communications this year. The first part was all about humanisation and the need for face-to-face comms in 2016. Here’s Part 2 with some interesting insights on email and social media. 2. Email vs. +

Posted on February 5, 2016 by

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