Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow has adopted an interesting approach to crisis communication: Resolute silence.
And the curious thing is this: Against all received logic, it seems to be working.
John’s wife Sally was last week pictured, tongue in cheek, with a mystery man in a London nightclub.
Continue reading Speaker’s silence: Cunning or catastrophic approach to crisis communication?
Many of us in internal comms have faith in the work of David MacLeod and the Engage for Success movement.
That means, broadly speaking, we have faith in the suggestion that two in every three British workers are not engaged. And it also means we have faith in the idea that engaging them could add £26 billion to our nation’s gross domestic product.
High engagement appears to us to be “a win-win situation”. So who’s holding things up?
Continue reading We’re all engaged – except the boss