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It’s time for conversations

BY Mike Klein [caption id="attachment_1136" align="alignnone" width="960"]tub Geothermal hot tubs are among Iceland’s most popular places for conversations, and can be found in places busy and isolated. [/caption]

 

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.

 
Mike Klein

Internal communications pro with a bent towards increasing impact while reducing noise and friction. Former US political consultant, London Business School MBA. Tribal loyalties include IABC, EACD, Tottenham Hotspur FC and the Wisconsin Badgers.

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