FIR presents AllthingsIC with Rachel Miller episode 7 May 27 2014
Every month, Rachel Miller presents the latest news and views from an internal communication perspective.
Welcome to the seventh episode of All Things IC with Rachel Miller.
In this podcast Rachel highlights the recent Institute of Internal Communication annual conference and interviews attendees and organisers of the #responsiveorg unconference.
You can find full notes to accompany this episode via Rachel’s blog http://www.allthingsic.com/fir7 so you can grab a cup of tea, sit back and relax and enjoy the show.
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About Your Host
I’m Rachel Miller, MCIPR, PG (Dip). I’m an internal communication and social media strategist who consults, speaks and blogs on all things internal communication.
In 2014 I was awarded the inaugural Best Individual Contribution to Internal Communication award from the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR Inside). I was named one of the UK’s leading social business influencers in 2013, and was a finalist for CIPR Outstanding PR Professional of the Year (People’s Choice).
Since 2009 I’ve written my own blog which led to Econsultancy recognising me in 2012 as one of the Top UK female bloggers. I was named in PR Week’s Top 29 under 29 professional communicators in the UK list (2009).
Every company is different and a one size fits all approach to communication simply doesn’t work. Though my business, All Things IC, I have the pleasure of working alongside companies to help them achieve communication excellence.
Find Rachel on Twitter: @AllthingsIC.
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