Last week saw the 'World Book Day' celebration (specifically on Thursday 7th March). What a wonderful celebration the one of reading! Don't you agree?
Did you perhaps find a new inspiring book to read on that occasion or talk with a colleague about something very interesting you had recently read which could help improve your workplace?
Concerning myself, I was very happily writing about the book 'Making the Connections. Using Internal Communication to Turn Strategy into Action' by Bill Quirke.
My thoughts on that book have just been published on the 'Diary of an Internal Communicator' by Rachel Miller.
The piece of article, 'How to get more value from internal communication', focuses specifically on 'More Value from Internal Communication', one of the chapter included in Quirke's book. I do hope that you can find the article useful and beneficial to you and your organisation.
If you had read past marginalia you might have already seen that I had previously written for the 'Diary of an Internal Communicator' at the end of January 2013 with a book review on 'The CEO: Chief Engagement Officer' by John Smythe.
Indeed, I am very proud and glad to be writing another time for the 'Diary of an Internal Communicator' and I would like to encourage you to explore the whole site. In fact, it is a very rich source of contents on the topic of internal communications and employee engagement!
Let's continue remembering and celebrating the important art of reading, finding resources that let us learn something new and spreading knowledge to help improve our organisational lives, internal communications and achieve better results.
Have a wonderful reading!