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Tweetathon: #BackClimateAction 25 November

Posted on November 20, 2014, in Events, Front page news, Guest Blog, PR and Campaigns

Scientists are clear, climate change is happening, it is one of the most serious threats facing the UK and we need to take action now. The majority of people in the UK are already ‘very’ or ‘fairly’ concerned about climate.

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Small is the new Big

Posted on November 17, 2014, in Behaviour change, Front page news, GCS, Guest Blog, Innovation and new thinking

Please read this blog. The learning in it will benefit both of us and it draws on the most expert advice. It will only take 317 seconds to read. Moreover, colleagues that I have shared it with think that it.

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GCS Mentoring Programme – Owen Roffe inspires

Posted on November 14, 2014, in Front page news, GCS, Guest Blog, Professional Development, Talent and Leadership, Working in Government

“In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.” – Phil Collins I’ve never consciously drawn inspiration from Phil Collins, and didn’t expect to do so when becoming a GCS mentor last year. But while doing a spot.

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Investing in digital: content, collaborate, contribute

Posted on November 14, 2014, in Digital, Front page news, GCS

At a GCS Comms Exchange and Scottish Communicators Network get-together in Glasgow this week, Betony Kelly from BIS urged us to use all the online tools at our disposal to reach new audiences. She swept aside the usual objections –.

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Building internal communications excellence

Posted on November 12, 2014, in Front page news, GCS, Internal Communications, Strategic Communications, Working in Government

To many in the profession, Internal Communications as a legitimate business function has had a bit of a rough ride. Whilst some senior leaders positively embrace it; others talk a good talk, but then take little action and offer less.

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