In the rapidly changing world of the public sector, it has never been more important to engage your employees to deliver better, faster and differently for your organisation and local people.
Posted on 25th November 2013
It was a regular Wednesday morning commute into Birmingham City Centre and I was listening to Radio 4. Hugh Grant popped up representing the Hacked Off group in the latest debate about new press charters. He gave a quite brilliant performance as spokesperson, kicking into touch every line of press defence put up by the presenter.
Posted on 29th October 2013
This month the Cabinet Office announced plans to replace the current network of government communicators with a Government Communication Service (GCS). Rather than just a shiny new name plate on Whitehall, the change is part of on-going plans to ensure that the government communication profession is – well – professional.
Posted on 20th October 2013
The Building Trust project aims to help local authorities work more effectively with local people, their own staff and the wide range of groups and organisations that make up our local communities. The action plan report examines how local government has used communication in the pursuit of its goals and analyses what has worked. - See more at: http://www.lgcomms.org.uk/news/headlines#sthash.581TkHgw.dpuf
Posted on 11th October 2013