The Internal Communications Excellence Project is about creating excellent practice in internal communications across the Civil Service and its arm's length bodies.
Ultimately, the project aims to lead to significantly improved levels of employee engagement, and therefore performance. There are three strands to the ICE Project.
Note that a ‘Leaders as Communicators’ development programme is launching soon. There will also be sessions on ‘Effective Leadership’ at fifteen Civil Service Live events nationwide in Autumn 2015.
IC Space, a practical online resource packed with tips, case studies, tools and best practice examples.
Opportunities for secondments, loans and exchanges of talented individuals across the GCS community to develop capabilities.
Departments/ALBs are adhering to a Standard Operating Model and standard job descriptions for IC roles across all organisations.
Launch of the accredited Institute for Internal Comms (IOIC) Intermediate diploma in Autumn 2015, following the success of the Foundation diploma to upskill practitioners.
Specific measurement of IC performance and impact, in line with the wider GCS Performance Framework.
Be part of Civil Service Reform (CSR) by delivering a robust strategy for Civil Service wide internal communications.
CSL Leaders as Communicators Presentation (13/06/16), PPT (2.7mb)
CSL Leaders as Communicators Facilitator Notes, PPT (1.3mb)
CSL Leaders as Communicators Candidates Notes, Word (126kb)
CSL Leaders as Communicatos Pre Course Material, Word (15kb)
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