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We are excited to introduce Shelby Loasby, internal communications manager at The University of Hertfordshire as the first guest blogger on Horizon Comms. Shelby started her internal comms journey twelve months ago and has shared her advice to help you out. As someone who recently joined the internal communications network, I can’t even begin to explain just how many resources…

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Four pieces of advice from an intranerd

Intranet and content specialist Suzie Robinson shares her four priority areas that internal comms professionals should keep in mind when starting a new role. I’ve been using intranets since about 2006 and have been working on them (and internal communications) since around 2009. I fell into working in internal communications, so I did a lot of learning on the job…

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Pharaohs and Pharmaceuticals – an IC fairytale

Nobody wakes up as 9 year-old and wants to be an Internal Communications Specialist, do they? Kimberley-Marie Sklinar shares her IC story. When I was 9, precocious me wanted to be an Egyptologist. I don’t know many 9 year-olds that know what an Egyptologist is, never mind what an internal communicator is, but I used to pore over books about…

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Mental wellbeing and the role of internal comms

After reading the Spring edition of Voice, the Institute of Internal Communications magazine it struck me how open we have become in talking about mental health in the workplace. I’m going to rewind back a little to the end of 2018. I was looking for a new opportunity after suffering from Generalised anxiety disorder and after some help and guidance…

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