This is episode #8 of Heads Up!, a weekly podcast summarizing research, writing and retweets that I think communicators should pay attention to. And if you’re already subscribed to ICology, you don’t need to change a thing.
Here are the stories shared this week:
Fake news & internal communications (Sean Williams)
Three ways to apply the hook model to internal email (Bananatag)
Culture change communication: inspiration vs aspiration (Realm)
The tension between technology and engagement in the workplace (Forbes)
Supporting line managers: cascade confidence, not communications (Alan Oram)
Why IC can’t get on with HR (simplycommunicate)
Cracking the culture code (Dragonfish)
A case for cognitive corporate communications (Jeff Herrington)
Is it the channel that’s not working -- or the content you’re pushing through it (Elizabeth Baskin)
- March 28-29 - ALI's Digital Workplace Summit, Las Vegas, NV
- May 23 - simplycommunicate's smileexpo, London, UK
- June 11-14 - IABC's World Conference, Washington, DC
- June 14-16 - PRSA Connect, Denver, CO
All original links are also available at learnicology.com/headsup.
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