Journal of Internal Communication – Volume 14

In this issue, we cover the topic of becoming a trusted advisor. What does it really mean, and how can it help you move up the ‘food chain’ within your organisation.

We’re delighted to feature a selection of great articles:

Gatehouse’s co-founder, Lee Smith, explores some common misconceptions about being a trusted advisor
Drew Stephenson of YBS Group offers his thoughts and experience repositioning an IC function as an advisory function
– In the same vein, Leanne Taylor of AXA explains how she extended the reach of the internal communications function by creating an influencers’ network

We also hear from Louisa Mellor of DS Smith, who managed a three-year long programme to unite a fragmented organization behind a common purpose, and from Chris Horner, who shares the findings of his research on Twitter’s impact on engagement within the NHS.

There are plenty more case studies to enjoy in this volume of the Journal of Internal Communication, and we’d love to hear your own thoughts and stories – get in touch if you’d like to be featured!

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