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Six things Covid-19 has taught us about IC crisis communications

As businesses around the world rapidly adapt to the largest global crisis since World War II, never has the use and implementation...

How managing home-working teams requires a change in mindset

Life is certainly different for many of us right now. With uncertainty, social distancing and concern for the wellbeing of ourselves, family and friends...

The importance of language: clarity, consistency and specificity

The importance of language has never been more important as the majority of people are now working from home in all manner of makeshift...

Coronavirus: What’s the role of IC?

You’d have to be living under a stone to not be aware of the rapid global spread of the Coronavirus which causes Covid-19, as...

Presidential Alert: Communicating an emergency

This week in the US saw the testing of a 'Presidential Alert' - millions of Americans were sent a notification to their mobile phones...

Communicating Brexit internally

by Marc Wright Many of us have experienced the feeling of being parachuted into a crisis where we’re expected to produce results in short order,...

Managing Reputation: The crucial role communicators play

Senior communicators came together at a recent Comma Partners event to explore the role communicators play in managing corporate reputation. The lively debate was...

Messaging about the death of a CEO

The death of an important chief executive is more than a communication challenge; it is a leadership exercise in readiness. The question for all...

How Toyota executes a well-driven strategy to recover from a crisis

An economic recession, a global recall of automobiles – two gargantuan back-to-back challenges that would keep any communicator awake at night. Toyota rose to...

Treating change as an opportunity for enhanced internal communication

by Roman Rostek The Chinese sign meaning “crisis” consists of two elements: first meaning “danger” and second meaning “opportunity”. This can be quite relevant for...
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