There’s an old joke about two construction workers. They’re perched side by side on a girder, about to eat their lunch.
One opens his lunchbox and cries out in frustration: “I can’t stand this! Cheese sandwiches – again! All I ever get are cheese sandwiches!” The other guy says: “Why don’t you ask your wife to make you something different?”
The first fellow goes quiet. “I pack my own lunch.”
If you keep doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep getting what you’ve always got.
We publish the Journal of Internal Communication to expose you to new ideas. We hope that it will jog your thinking, sow the seeds for something new to try with your audience or encourage you to push the boundaries professionally, something that we try hard to do here at Gatehouse.
Volume 11 of the Journal of Internal Communication is here, and has a strong focus on line manager communications! A whopping 60% of internal communicators see line managers’ lack of communication skills as a barrier – so how can us IC professionals overcome this obstacle? This issue of the JoIC offers some insight into this tricky audience to communicate with.
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