Government

Awareness of the Public’s Right to Scrutiny, Adherence to Ethics Critical for Government Communicators

Welcome to the fishbowl! Life as government communicators involves a higher responsibility to transparency and honesty than working in the private sector. We work for the public. And the public, including the media, has the absolute right to scrutinize our work. It’s a right they exercise frequently. Recognizing that truth is sacred; that providing public

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Internal Communications

The Definitive Report: SocialChorus’ 2019 Internal Communicator Index

We wanted to understand the current state of employee communications. What are today’s biggest challenges? How do budgets compare to just a few years ago? What are the most pressing concerns from CEOs? Partnering with Branded Research Inc., an independent market research organization with an active proprietary global panel of over 2 million respondents, we

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Meet Your Speakers: Government Internal Communications Training

Joining us at the 5th Annual Government Employee Engagement & Internal Communications Strategies training are over 10 professional internal communicators who will be leading interactive workshops and engaging sessions over the 3-day event.  A few of them sat down with us to answer some questions on why they are passionate about internal communications and what

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3 Internal Communications Trends to Plan for in 2018

Written by Jason Anthoine, Audacity. I recently had the opportunity to attend an Advanced Learning Institute conference in Nashville. There were about fifty internal comms folks in attendance, excited to share and learn best practices for both measuring and improving their work. Here are the top internal communications trends that came up during the conference,

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Looking to Hire a Survey Contractor? Here Are 6 Ways to Pick a Winner.

Written by John Boyle, ICF.com. When it comes to finding a survey research partner, make sure you ask these questions. The survey research field is evolving and expanding at a rapid rate. On the one hand, emerging technologies and methods promise faster and more cost-efficient methods to gather that information; on the other, however, there’s

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