Newly elected LGcomms Executive Committee member, Emma Rodgers, reflects on how we go about attracting new talent into local government communications at a time when the trend seems to be that all the good people are leaving.
Emma decided to jot down her top five reasons for why she believes local government communications is a good place to be. You can read that list and comment over at Comms2point0
Posted on 22nd July 2014
Communications professionals in the public sector increasingly work in an environment of high expectations and low resources. Having a robust government-to-citizen communications plan in place is not optional, it is crucial. This is where digital can help - but only if you do it right from the start.
In the first of several blogs following 2014’s LGComms Academy, Dave Worsell from GovDelivery talks us through these top three mistakes and how to avoid them.
Posted on 13th June 2014