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Poor managerial communication leads to loss of talent

Poor relationships between employees and their managers are one of the top reasons given by people considering leaving their jobs, shows a survey from Towers…
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State of the Profession report reveals extent of pay gap in PR

The CIPR’s State of the Profession 2015 report includes an in-depth study of the gender balance and equal pay issues that affect the PR industry. Rather than…
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The strengths of social

As a communications tool, social media is not necessarily the most effective for generating sales and instant profit, but it is useful for building brand…
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Inaugural EVCOM Screen Awards nominees announced

Known to the world for 26 years as the IVCA Awards, this year’s marks the arrival of the EVCOM Screen Awards, the first of the EVCOM-branded awards events. The…
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Mobile's up, but so is bounce rate

Mobile browsing is on the increase, but that can mean even less time to get a message across due to higher bounce rates and lower sessions and pages per visit.…
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'Sorry seems to be the hardest word'

“Sorry seems to be the hardest word,” Elton John sang in 1976. StockWell Group’s research prize – given to an LSE student who submits original research into…
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Corporate video is swiftly becoming a fact of life for most internal communicators. There’s almost unanimous agreement from those companies that use video for the internal audience that there is no easy or one-size-fits-all approach. On Tuesday 3 March, Communicate magazine will be hosting a half-morning conference looking at the role of video for internal communications.

Video produced for internal teams has a plethora of different uses; from giving your CEO a personality across a multinational business to employee engagement to being a useful tool in order for employees to do their job more effectively.

This event will look at real examples from communications teams using video to engage their employees. Communicate magazine will also be presenting some qualitative and quantitative research conducted at the end of 2014 among the internal communications community.

Tickets are only £50 - Book your ticket 

 

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