Last year I blogged on the comms2point0 website on my PRide Award judging experience. This year I had the honour of judging a category within the CIPR Excellence Awards. The CIPR Excellence Awards are a celebration of creativity, achievement and the fantastic results that you’re delivering for your employer or clients.
Judges are encouraged not to share which category they’ve been involved with, to ensure impartiality and avoid any possible comeback.
I was lucky to be randomly paired with a friend and ex-colleague of mine Claire Melia-Tompkins.
Continue reading #CIPRExcellence 2017 – my experience as a judge
What is the IC Space?
The IC space is the place for Internal Communication professionals across government to focus on best practice. The information in the IC Space has been pulled together to help you deliver excellent government communications. It’s a great resource for all aspects of internal comms so check it out– even if you’re not working government.
IC Space Live is where Government Communications Service IC professionals get together in person… a great way to network, share ideas and discuss IC issues of the day.
Continue reading IC Space Live 2017!
Weaving a singular message – How to integrate the strategic benefits of PR into the marketing mix
This recent CIPR Marcomms group event generated some great discussion and highlighted some top tips for delivering effective communications, whilst keeping stakeholders on board.
We heard insights from Andrew Nye, Lauren Winter – FleishmanHillard Fishburn and Rob Myers – Immarsat.
The event hashtag #inatthestart summed up a key message which I previously blogged about, that it is critical to involve your communications team at the start of a project.
Continue reading #inatthestart
What is the Government Communication Service (GCS)?
The GCS is the professional body for people working in communication roles across government. It’s aim is to deliver world-class communications that support Ministers’ priorities, improve people’s lives and enable the effective operation of our public service. It serves both politicians and the public.
The GCS work to a government communications plan and handbook. Continue reading The Government Communication Service approach