It’s election time at CIPR, and Jenni Field, past chair and current committee secretary is standing for council.She took time out to find out how the presidential candidates view internal communication. Over to Jenni:
Last week I approached the three candidates standing as President Elect to find out a bit more about what they think of internal comms. All three replied instantly so here are the answers from Emma Leech, Gary Taylor and Sarah Hall:
1. What do you think the role of internal comms is inside organisations today?
Emma: Internal communications plays a critical role within organisations. We work in ever more competitive and rapidly changing environments and ensuring we attract and retain the best talent, unlock potential and ideas, and differentiate on excellent and authentic customer service are obvious wins. Less obvious is the tremendous impact that loyalty, engagement, great change management and advocacy can have across the organisation and – very pragmatically – on the bottom line.
I’m also a Fellow of the Institute of Internal Communications and as someone who has worked in the field and now manages…
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