Thoughts on internal
communication
Collated by Rachel Miller
Internal communication and social media
strategist @Allthings...
A collection of thoughts to
inspire, spark ideas and
encourage you in your
internal communications.
Enjoy!
Version one. Pu...
We often refuse to accept
an idea merely because the
tone of voice in which it has
been expressed is
unsympathetic to us
F...
We all have an opportunity
to learn in everything we do
Louis V. Gerstner
Internal comms should not
be the poor relation to PR,
nor should it be seen as not
as important
@JenniWheller
‘Information’ and
‘communication’ signify
different things. Info is
giving out; communication
is getting through
@steve_mu...
Experience is simply the
name we give our mistakes
@steve_murg
Never a failure, always a
lesson
@DanielArda
First learn the meaning of
what you say, and then
speak
Don’t view communication
or social media as something
you do to employees,
but for and with them
Rachel Miller @AllthingsIC
Nobody can go back and
start a new beginning,
but anyone can start today
and make a new ending
@BrianSolis
Not saying anything
often says it all
@SusieGMay
People don’t resist change.
They resist being told to
change
@a_mitchinson
It’s all about timing
@jenniwheller
Trust employees to do the
right thing, rather than
assume they will do the
wrong thing
Rachel Miller @AllthingsIC
Your colleagues are smart
and can see through the spin.
Don’t underestimate the
power of honesty
@DanaLeeson
The meaning of your
communication is the
response you get
@SusieGMay
Comms pros are mightier
than the swords of advertisers
@JenAndersson1
Good communication is
hard work
@IamChrisDuncan
Beware of false knowledge;
it is more dangerous than
ignorance
@steve_murg
To listen well is as powerful a
means of communication and
influence as to talk well
John Marshall
Communication is nearly
always set in the context of a
relationship between
individuals or entities
John Smythe
The greatest problem with
communication is the illusion
it has been accomplished
George Bernard Shaw
Social media provides an
incredible opportunity for
internal communicators to
assert their knowledge. All public
relations...
Internal communications -
it's not what you say,
it's what they hear!
@Murielvdm
If you accept it, you have
to expect it
@JenniWheller
Raise your words,
not your voice.
It is rain that grows flowers,
not thunder
Rumi
Being ignorant is not so much
a shame, as being unwilling
to learn
Benjamin Franklin
When the trust account is
high, communication is easy,
instant, and effective
Stephen R. Covey
Don't use words too big for the
subject. Don't say infinitely
when you mean very; otherwise
you'll have no word left when
...
The more that you read, the
more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the
more places you’ll go
Dr Seuss
Effective internal communication
puts the employee at the centre of
the organisation. Genuine, honest,
two-way dialogue fo...
When we change the way we
communicate, we change
society
Clay Shirky
Being ignorant is not so much a
shame, as being unwilling to
learn
Benjamin Franklin
You’re aiming for employees to
feel ‘good tired’ at the end of
their day. That’s a sign of
engagement
David MacLeod
Thank you to everyone who
contributed to this deck.
You can read many more
thoughts on internal
communication at
www.allth...
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A collection of thoughts to inspire, spark ideas and encourage you in your internal communications.

Collated by internal communication and social media strategist Rachel Miller www.allthingsic.com

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  • Great list, although I noticed that the same quote by Benjamin Franklin is in there twice. Just FYI.
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Thoughts on internal communication via Rachel Miller @AllthingsIC

  1. 1. Thoughts on internal communication Collated by Rachel Miller Internal communication and social media strategist @AllthingsIC www.allthingsic.com Version one. Published September 2013
  2. 2. A collection of thoughts to inspire, spark ideas and encourage you in your internal communications. Enjoy! Version one. Published September 2013
  3. 3. We often refuse to accept an idea merely because the tone of voice in which it has been expressed is unsympathetic to us Friedich Nietzche
  4. 4. We all have an opportunity to learn in everything we do Louis V. Gerstner
  5. 5. Internal comms should not be the poor relation to PR, nor should it be seen as not as important @JenniWheller
  6. 6. ‘Information’ and ‘communication’ signify different things. Info is giving out; communication is getting through @steve_murg
  7. 7. Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes @steve_murg
  8. 8. Never a failure, always a lesson @DanielArda
  9. 9. First learn the meaning of what you say, and then speak
  10. 10. Don’t view communication or social media as something you do to employees, but for and with them Rachel Miller @AllthingsIC
  11. 11. Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending @BrianSolis
  12. 12. Not saying anything often says it all @SusieGMay
  13. 13. People don’t resist change. They resist being told to change @a_mitchinson
  14. 14. It’s all about timing @jenniwheller
  15. 15. Trust employees to do the right thing, rather than assume they will do the wrong thing Rachel Miller @AllthingsIC
  16. 16. Your colleagues are smart and can see through the spin. Don’t underestimate the power of honesty @DanaLeeson
  17. 17. The meaning of your communication is the response you get @SusieGMay
  18. 18. Comms pros are mightier than the swords of advertisers @JenAndersson1
  19. 19. Good communication is hard work @IamChrisDuncan
  20. 20. Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance @steve_murg
  21. 21. To listen well is as powerful a means of communication and influence as to talk well John Marshall
  22. 22. Communication is nearly always set in the context of a relationship between individuals or entities John Smythe
  23. 23. The greatest problem with communication is the illusion it has been accomplished George Bernard Shaw
  24. 24. Social media provides an incredible opportunity for internal communicators to assert their knowledge. All public relations programmes should start with internal audiences @wadds
  25. 25. Internal communications - it's not what you say, it's what they hear! @Murielvdm
  26. 26. If you accept it, you have to expect it @JenniWheller
  27. 27. Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder Rumi
  28. 28. Being ignorant is not so much a shame, as being unwilling to learn Benjamin Franklin
  29. 29. When the trust account is high, communication is easy, instant, and effective Stephen R. Covey
  30. 30. Don't use words too big for the subject. Don't say infinitely when you mean very; otherwise you'll have no word left when you want to talk about something really infinite C. S Lewis
  31. 31. The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go Dr Seuss
  32. 32. Effective internal communication puts the employee at the centre of the organisation. Genuine, honest, two-way dialogue forms the basis of effective, strategic, practice Kevin Ruck
  33. 33. When we change the way we communicate, we change society Clay Shirky
  34. 34. Being ignorant is not so much a shame, as being unwilling to learn Benjamin Franklin
  35. 35. You’re aiming for employees to feel ‘good tired’ at the end of their day. That’s a sign of engagement David MacLeod
  36. 36. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this deck. You can read many more thoughts on internal communication at www.allthingsic.com
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