People

If you want to persuade, learn how to listen

When I’m asked to give talks on internal communication, I like to leave the last line to Calvin Coolidge,...
23rd July 2020

Navigating a perfect storm

While all businesses have been affected by the pandemic to some degree, the impact was felt early in the...
20th July 2020

Sufferers of imposter syndrome are least likely to be what they fear

In the 1970s, two clinical psychologists – Dr Pauline Clance and Dr Suzanne Imes – studied 150 highly successful...
23rd June 2020

Your biggest, best, boldest self

In Episode 10 of Season 3, Chief Executive of the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR), Adriènne Kelbie, discusses the...
29th May 2020

The power of kindness

I have always been a worrier. I remember just after my GCSE drama performance, my teacher at the time...
21st May 2020

Wine, cheese and wisdom

Last week, we welcomed some of the UK’s top IC professionals to our first virtual wine and cheese evening....
21st May 2020

Crisis communication at the coalface

In the latest episode of The Internal Comms Podcast, Katie chats with an expert in crisis comms. Amanda Coleman...
20th May 2020

Continuing to make history in a crisis

With a readership of more than 130,000, Royal Mail’s internal newspaper, Courier, has had a crucial role to play...

Lessons From a Lifetime in IC – The Wit and Wisdom of Bill Quirke

In Episode 8 of Season 3 of The Internal Comms Podcast, host Katie Macaulay spoke to a man we...
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6th May 2020

Honesty, Consistency and Kindness – Crisis Comms Essentials

As the world grappled with the onset of Covid-19, Katie brought together two crisis comms experts for a special...
14th April 2020

The women who inspire us

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28th March 2018

Internal resolve

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25th January 2018