The way in which leaders communicate with their people can have a significant impact in an organisation. Get it right and people will be more inclined to support the organisation, even in difficult times; get it wrong, trust can be lost, morale drops and it’s a downward spiral.
At a recent meeting of the Internal Communications Group, run by Charity Comms and sponsored by Agenda Consulting, there was an opportunity for Internal Communications leaders from a wide range of not-for-profit organisations to talk about how to build communications capacity in leaders and managers. So how can Internal Comms play an active role in building communications skills in leaders and managers?
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