How I see Internal Communications

I love words. Writing is a major part of what I do. Ironically the two most pervasive posts on this blog are those with the least number of words. Employee engagement in pictures and it’s sequel continue to attract hits every day, when some of what I consider to be my finest work remains virtually unread.

So for the next few weeks I am going to explore how much truth there is in the old saying. Can a picture really paint a thousand words? To help me I have enlisted the photographic talents of my 15 year old daughter to help me illustrate some of the most important tenets that drive my own personal approach to Internal Communications.

I hope you enjoy my “How I see IC” album, which starts below. A new entry will be added daily until I run out of inspiration – and photos…

  1. Message in a bottle
  2. Actions speak louder than words
  3. Applying a filter to transparancy
  4. Respect other people’s time
  5. Make it personal 
  6. Loyalty must be earned
  7. Be measured
  8. Stand out from the crowd
  9. Avoid the void
  10. Talk to the hand
  11. Share the credit
  12. Comfort zone
  13. Show some enthusiasm
  14. Pick your battles
  15. Focus on objectives

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