Are you an internal communication practitioner and have a point of view on the challenges and opportunities that face organizations and employees? Proud of a best practice or research insight from your workplace that can add value to the community? Keen to provide a perspective that is uncommon and relevant for practitioners, academicians, and students?
You have a forum to do so now! Contribute and participate in the upcoming series on Intraskope where we put the spotlight on thought leadership, great ideas, and practical solutions.
Spotlight on Internal Communication
Readers will be interested in learning from insights, practices and actions that is shaping the evolving world of internal communications. If you are keen to participate please do take the relevant permissions from your respective organizations before sharing the final draft for publishing. The series will be in multiple formats such as online, ppt, audio or video – depending on the topic discussed and will be communicated to a global audience and via platforms like Linkedin, Twitter, and Facebook.
|Interview (with internal communication practitioners who directly lead the function in their organizations)||Case Study (on a specific internal communication intervention that demonstrated value)||Campaign/research Review (an employee communication rollout that you admire or a research report/study that you feel is relevant for internal communication)||Guest Blogging (share your perspective on a topic that matters to you in internal communication)|
|1. What does internal communication mean to you?||Issue that needed addressing||Why do you consider this campaign or research study relevant?||Pen a post on the evolving role of internal communication at work|
|2. How is it practiced in your organization?||What was the intervention||What is the one message that you took away from it?||Topics can range from the skills communicators need to trends shaping the world of internal communication|
|3. Please share an example/campaign that you are personally proud of working on and that made a significant impact to your organization. Kindly elaborate with proof points||Your/team’s role in crafting a solution||What can internal communicators do to put it in practice?||Please discuss the topic with me (firstname.lastname@example.org) before penning it down.
The post must stay focused on providing tips and recommendations for internal communicators and must avoid promoting brands or organizations
|4. What is the biggest challenge you face while going about managing internal communication?||The impact it had (metrics will be useful to include)||How can it be bettered?|
|5. What according to you is the biggest opportunity that internal communicators have?||How it changed the way stakeholders perceived your team|
|6. How can internal communicators add more value to the business?||Your personal learning which other practitioners can benefit from|
|7. What is your advice for people who are keen to join internal communication and make a career? What skills must they have or develop?||What would you have done differently if you were to revisit the campaign?|
Intraskope (www.intraskope.wordpress.com or www.aniisu.com) is the first blog on internal communications in India and among the earliest around the globe. Begun in 2006, the blog has over 510 posts on topics such as employee engagement, leadership communication and employee branding and receives thousands of visits from across the world. The blog offers learning resources for practitioners, academicians and students including industry workshops, research reports and checklists. Intraskope has been featured on leading global internal communication forums like Simply-Communicate, IC Kollectif and International Association of Business Communicators. It is written by Aniisu K Verghese, author of Internal Communications – Insights, Practices & Models (Sage, 2012).
Aniisu K. Verghese currently manages Corporate Communications & Corporate Social Responsibility for Tesco Bengaluru, the in-house technology and retail operations team of Tesco, one of the world’s largest retailers. He has over 17 years of experience with technology, financial services and consulting organisations such as Sapient, Accenture and Oracle. Aniisu is the author of Internal Communications – Insights, Practices and Models and is passionate about engaging communicators and students through workshops, teaching assignments and blogging. He serves as the International Association of Business Communicator (IABC)’s South India Chapter Board member and is the recipient of the 2015 PR Hall of Fame Award from the Public Relations Council of India. In 2003, he founded a road safety charity called Friends For Life, has served as a 2015 SABRE Awards – South Asia Jury member and the IABC’s Gold Quill Asia Pacific Award panelist.
Contact: Aniisu K Verghese (email@example.com) for any clarifications
Look forward to your participation!
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