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“Carry On Up The Network” – Best Network Event Ever?

The publicity for last night’s London Area Communicators’ Group October Meetup was intriguing: based around social networking, it would take place in Clerkenwell Theatre and feature a group of actors. Unsurprisingly given such novelty, it filled up quickly. Arriving early after an energising stroll up from the Thames, I was greeted warmly at the door and asked to complete a profile which I taped up … Continue reading “Carry On Up The Network” – Best Network Event Ever? »




Melcrum Communicators’ Network London Group: "Living in a wired world; Connectedness for a better work place" with Euan Semple

“The Quiet Revolution” Despite having worked in Knowledge Management for around six years, I’ve never yet seen Euan Semple speak. An odd omission which was happily rectified last night at the National Audit Office which hosted April’s Melcrum Communicators’ Network London Meetup Euan talks a lot of what to me seems commonsense and I find myself nodding in agreement at what he’s saying… then thinking … Continue reading Melcrum Communicators’ Network London Group: "Living in a wired world; Connectedness for a better work place" with Euan Semple »




Internal communicators – ‘Why you’re worth a fortune’

Last night’s meeting of the London Group of the Melcrum Communicators’ Network was the usual mix of compelling presentation and stimulating conversation, not that you would expect anything less from professional communicators. This month Russell-Oliver Brooklands – ROB to his friends – spoke about the need to improve the internal comms process, for which he has come up with the Internal Communication Model for Business. … Continue reading Internal communicators – ‘Why you’re worth a fortune’ »