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The latest State of the Sector report has just been published, providing an industry-wide census on the challenges internal communicators are facing – and where their focus will be over the coming months.
Now in its sixth year, ‘State of the Sector’ investigates core processes and practices, including channel use, and explores the impact of new and emerging technologies like Enterprise Social Networks and apps. This year’s report also includes 10 recommendations for those in the profession.
The State of the Sector is the biggest annual survey of the internal communications world.
Run by Gatehouse, the 2014-2015 survey is now live and looking for the views and experiences from IC professionals across Europe. What’s more, all those that take part will get a free copy of the report, so you can see how you stack up against the rest of the internal comms industry.
- See how you measure up against other organisations
- Win support for new projects, and
- Help you decide what to focus on
To download your copy of the free report, visit the Gatehouse website.
A new publication has recently launched that promises to give those in internal communication a rich source of inspiration, learning and advice. It offers this through real-life stories and expert advice direct from leaders inside some of the world’s most exciting companies.
The publishers have made a sample issue of the Journal of Internal Communications available for GCN members to try. If you like it, you can learn more or purchase a subscription at the Journal of Internal Communication website (a special offer code can be found at the end of the sample copy).
A new book released last week promises to help those in Internal Communications to ‘Rock their Comms’ by sharing 98 killer tips from seasoned professionals (including GCN members) that all answer the question: “What’s the single, most important thing that you’ve learned in internal communication?”
Proceeds from the book go to ‘Make a Wish’, a charity that makes the dreams of terminally ill children come true, so it also supports a very worthwhile cause.
To know more or order your copy, visit the Rockstar Comms website.