ICology for your ears
The ICology podcast is dedicated to interesting people doing interesting things in the world of internal communications.
You'll hear insights from some of the top communicators and consultants from around the world, sharing ideas on what makes great internal communication.
Topics range from individual IC channels like mobile apps, intranets, digital signage and email from day-to-day practitioners and influencers to more strategic conversations around engagement and trust from industry leaders.
ICology for your mind
If you ask anybody they'll probably tell you they get too many emails at work. But did you receive 26 million emails? Hopefully not. But that's how many emails Bananatag looked at and found some really helpful trends and data points for internal communicators who aren't sure what's happening with their emails.
Mike Klein is the principal of Changing The Terms and author of "From Lincoln to LinkedIn: the 55 Minute Guide to Social Communication." Mike wrote a thought-provoking post on LinkedIn, outlining six forms of engagement. In this episode of ICology, Mike reviews these six forms of engagement, a few of which communicators might have viewed as disengagement in the past.
ICology for your eyes
Empowering and engaging employees to drive change, align with your culture and collaborate with new tools and strategies.
More than 200 communicators from across the upper midwest and northeast will be attending the annual event.
The theme for this year's conference is "Moving Up!" And they want to show UP, talk it UP, eat UP, and shake things UP!