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Blog archive: 2022

Creating digital workspaces – the impact on internal communications

15 Aug 2022 / Posted by leanne  /  News

We all know that the pandemic has changed how we work and collaborate. Over the past two years, we have had to adjust rapidly to working in a digital environment connect, engage and support our co-workers. As a disruptor, COVID has seen us accelerate our technology use; what we had anticipated using in 10 years, we are using now in the ‘new’ hybrid working environment. Research from around the globe on the hybrid working environment shows us that : 20% of the Australian workforce fee..... Read more »

Public Communication: The Global Context and the Way Forward

29 Jun 2022 / Posted by leanne  /  News

Close to 40 Communication professionals joined a conversation around the role of public communication, hosted by IABC Canberra and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) last week. The OECD’s latest report – Public Communication: The Global Context and the Way Forward – was the topic of discussion, which examined public communication structures, mandates, and practices. “This report was based off a survey of more than 50 questions that was put forward to..... Read more »

Pollinate Pulse of the Nation

17 May 2022 / Posted by leanne  /  News

Earlier this month, a few of our Board Members went to the Pollinate Pulse of the Nation event. Since 2007, Pollinate has surveyed over 25,000 Australians via The Pulse across three key pillars of sustainability – environment, society and the economy. As a result, they have decades of data on the key issues facing the nation. The research is a gold mine of information that can help us to better understand our audiences and how we can focus our communication plans. In April 2022, they s..... Read more »

Easter treats + East Coast relief

20 Apr 2022 / Posted by leanne  /  News

Earlier this month we hosted our monthly mid-week mingle. However, with Easter upon us, and much of the East Coast in need of some relief and support, this mingle was a little different. Not only did we manage to raise more than $150 for the Red Cross NSW and QLD Flood appeal (with all tickets profits being directly donated), but we also had to opportunity to learn more about a local Canberra bean-to-bar chocolate business. Jasper + Myrtle owners Li Peng and Peter have been making artisan ch..... Read more »

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