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It’s time for conversations

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I started blogging about internal communication more than ten years ago. Changing The Terms started as a blog in 2014, and as a business last year.

It’s been a great way for me to raise questions and promote challenges to standard internal comms practices.  And, the interaction has been a bit one-way.

Changing The Terms has had 1226 visitors this month.

I know, maybe, who 50 of them are.

So, between now and the IABC World Conference, which starts in Washington on 11 June, I’m going to rest a bit from blogging, and focus on starting real conversations.

Conversations about what I can do to help businesses deliver better outcomes. and about how we can improve future prospects for internal communication more broadly.

If you’d like to start a conversation with me, I’d be delighted.  And if you see my number pop up on your smartphone, don’t be surprised.

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Live from Iceland has been a series of short blog posts written against the backdrop of Iceland’s amazing scenery and culture, sponsored by Iceland by Helgastina, which offers personal travel planning to this unforgettable place.


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