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Why internal communications should never be boring

Posted on March 4, 2014, in Front page news, GCN, Innovation and new thinking, Internal Communications, Professional Development, Working in Government, with 0 comments

‘Bore n: A person who talks when you wish him to listen.’  Ambrose Bierce A lot of my time in internal communications has been spent thinking about what to say, how best to say it and then how to get.

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GCS Comms Exchange events – booking now

Posted on March 3, 2014, in Events, Front page news, GCN, How-to, Innovation and new thinking, Professional Development, with 0 comments

The first of the GCS Comms Exchange events are now up and running with over 250 places on offer to government communicators at department run master classes. The following are available to book now with more Comms Exchange sessions in development which.

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Digital innovation – Universal Credit on the red button

Posted on March 3, 2014, in Case study, Digital, Evaluation, Front page news, Innovation and new thinking, Partnerships and Stakeholders, PR and Campaigns, Top tips/how to, with 0 comments

How are you reading this right now? On an iPad, Kindle, laptop, or maybe you’re  reading it on your smart phone as you commute. Looking around my office at the electronic devices on desks, I half expect Arnold Schwarzenegger to.

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Behavioural insight – why do you choose what you do?

Posted on February 27, 2014, in Behaviour change, Case study, Front page news, Guest Blog, How-to, Innovation and new thinking, Partnerships and Stakeholders, with 0 comments

The Behavioural Insights Team seeks to answer a deceptively simple question: why do people make the decisions that they take, and how might we encourage people to make choices which are better for them and better for society? We are.

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Achieving Excellence in Internal Communications conferences

Posted on February 21, 2014, in Events, Front page news, GCN, Guest Blog, Innovation and new thinking, Internal Communications, Professional Development, Working in Government, with 0 comments

Thank you to everyone who joined us in person and online at the Internal Communications Conference in London on 12 February and Manchester on 18 February. We have successfully launched the IC Excellence project together. They were excellent events –.

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