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GCS Improvement Programme Conference 27 April

Posted on May 1, 2015, in Behaviour change, Front page news, GCS, Leadership, Top tips/how to, Working in Government

Effective leadership, raising professional standards, embracing diversity and ensuring we remain world-class communicators were the central themes put forward by Alex Aiken, Executive Director of Government Communications at the GCS Improvement Programme Conference for senior managers 27 April. The Improvement.

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7 trends in creating leading-edge communications

Posted on May 1, 2015, in Events, Front page news, GCS, Internal Communications, PR and Campaigns

The 2015 communications landscape is full of big new ideas and rapid change. And the way audiences are accessing and consuming information and media is changing fast under the rapid explosion of digital platforms and media. Our challenge is to.

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GCS event: the future of campaigns & marketing

Posted on April 10, 2015, in Digital, Front page news, PR and Campaigns, Strategic Communications

GCS event – the future of campaigns and marketing, Thursday 30 April 2015, hosted by Facebook. Join senior leaders from the Government Communication Service to hear from industry experts on the future of campaigns and marketing. GCS has brought together twelve world leading.

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Election guidance for civil servants

Posted on March 30, 2015, in Front page news, Guidance, Propriety

General Election 2015:guidance for civil servants has now been published by the Cabinet Office and the pre election period restrictions are now in effect. Please read the guidance in full and share with your colleagues. The core principle to note.

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Trust in me: how employee engagement is all about ‘people like yourself’

Posted on March 26, 2015, in Behaviour change, Front page news, Guest Blog, Internal Communications, Leadership, Talent and Leadership, Working in Government

If you’re looking for a definition of irony, I offer this recent experience. I decided I was going to write about trust as a driver of employee engagement in this blog. So I ventured onto the internet to dig out.

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