Now more than ever, communications professionals can get to the top. But what does it take? Among other things - a commitment to being a professional. And that's what we're talking about in this episode.
Colin Kelly discusses the law firm letting staff wear jeans, a look at the technology on display at the Consumer Electronics Show and some opinion on the u-turn over Virgin Trains' decision to take the Daily Mail out of its on-board shop.
Nike has been saying 'Just Do It' since 1988. How many straplines has your organisation used in that same period? One radio station has churned through 8 since 1999. Colin Kelly explains why that's a problem.
How does your boss like you to refer to them in internal comms? Is it by their first name only? Do senior colleagues refer to each other by their initials only? Are you working for an organisation with needy leadership?
An essential listen. Colin Kelly welcomes Janet Lessells from SGN as a special guest on the podcast. Discover how SGN has achieved huge success with an employee app, how the company has adapted the content it publishes and what Janet thinks it takes to succeed in the modern communications business.
Colin Kelly suggests new skills you might think about developing in order to advance your career. He also reveals the number to call if you have comments to share regarding something you hear on this podcast.