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Like broadening your horizons? Enjoy learning new things? Then get yourself down to TEDxHull 2018

Posted on 15th August 2018 | Blog

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TEDxHull is returning for its fifth year in September, for a day of inspiring ideas and eye-opening talks presented by 12 incredible speakers. Learn all about it here!

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Let’s get personal: 5 ways senior leaders can become more visible (and how internal comms professionals can help)

Posted on 25th July 2018 | Blog

Silhouette of a headless senior leader in a suit, with the text: 'The Invisible CEO'

Award-winning internal comm expert Saskia Jones reveals 5 strategies for senior leaders to become more visible within their organisation - and what internal communicators can do to help.

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6 leadership lessons on building high-performance teams, from England’s World Cup success

Posted on 18th July 2018 | Blog

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What made England so successful this World Cup? Our psychology specialists and master coaches have broken down the reasons behind their remarkable achievement, to give you the leadership knowledge you need to build high-performance teams of your own...

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The never-ending importance of internal communications (particularly for organisations with remote employees)

Posted on 12th July 2018 | Blog

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HR Consultant Eva Martin explores why internal communications are so integral to organisational success and employee engagement - especially for businesses with large numbers of employees outside head office.

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What type of animal is your employee engagement programme?

Posted on 28th June 2018 | Blog

Internal comms and HR expert Stephen Welch returns to the H&H blog to dissect the anatomy of the different types of employee engagement programmes - and weighs up the advantages and drawbacks of each. With plenty of animal metaphors to boot!

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