It has been a turbulent year for internal comms, but what does 2022 look like for the industry? IoIC CEO Jen Sproul reflects on the lessons that can be taken from 2021, while assessing the challenges that lie ahead, with community playing a key role for communicators in overcoming difficulties like change management, hybrid working and information overloads.
Off the back of their new book, Mark Dollins and Jon Stemmle chat to Craig Smith about the growing links between change management and employee communications. Mark and Jon bring both industry and academic experience to the conversation, explaining how techniques such as storytelling can help those in internal comms become trusted advisors for organisational change.
Podcasting and audio content is growing in popularity, which is making it of interest to internal communicators. Brian Landau is the Co-Founder and CEO of audio distribution platform Vennly and he explains to Craig Smith how internal comms professionals can take advantage of this emerging medium.
The pandemic has been a turbulent time for everyone in the internal comms industry as they have seen their influence grow tenfold. This progress is something IoIC Board Member Kirsty Bowen feels needs to continue, as she reflects on what those in the profession can take from the last 18 months.
What are the metrics that determine the success of an internal communications strategy and how can we use this data to increase engagement? Andrea Scarpulla has a keen interest in this topic and explains to the Engaging Internal Comms Podcast why she has found it so effective, drawing on examples used in her current role at DHL Americas.
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