What makes a good interviewer? In the end it comes down to instinct, being interested in people and downright nosiness – if you’ve got that, you’re away. However, if you aren’t naturally inclined to acquiring vast amounts of information from people you meet in work, at parties or at the bus stop then here are a few tips to start you off.
Choosing a venue. I prefer to do one-to-one interviews and avoid anyone else tagging along, even if it’s the account manager. Most...
Posted by Patricia Thompson on Friday 17th Apr 2009
By Guy Randall
I was having a discussion with a colleague the other day about the term ‘public relations’. She had noticed that a magazine article about protecting reputation made no mention of the important role that employee communications play in supporting an organisation’s reputation.
Combining all aspects of communications is essential to an effective strategy so our discussion got me thinking about...
Posted on Tuesday 14th Apr 2009
By Anna Kominik - blogging on location from the Melcrum Change Communication Conference.
Posted on Thursday 2nd Apr 2009