Insights from Kevin Ruck
Nine out of ten doctors agree
By applying some quick tests, you can make more informed decisions about interpreting data presented in reports, explains Dr Kevin Ruck.
Briefing: Employee engagement, advocacy and experience
In this briefing note, Kevin Ruck explores and explains the concepts of employee engagement, employee advocacy and employee experience.
Listening to improve employee engagement
One way to maintain and improve employee engagement levels even further is to focus on listening argues Kevin Ruck.
Something’s happening and it’s happening right now
'Sometimes, I channel my inner punk to try to make sense of what is happening in the world of internal communication' writes Kevin Ruck.
New edition of Exploring Internal Communication published
The latest, fourth edition, of my text book Exploring Internal Communication has been published by Routledge.
Blurred lines or blurred vision?
Are the lines between internal and external communication blurring? Not quite, argues Kevin Ruck.
Social branding in an age of connectedness
Connectedness and strategic thinking were two themes that emerged from a breakfast discussion with Julia Hobsbawn and Martin Thomas on 7 March.
Purpose, internal comms and listening at EMENAComm 2019
Kevin Ruck reports back from from the IABC EMENAComm 2019 conference in Bahrain.
Lost in the comms supermarket
Kevin Ruck channels the Clash in this poem about internal communication breakdown.
ICQ10: Ten questions for internal comms surveys
Kevin Ruck explains how his AVID model can be used as the basis for ten core questions for internal communication audits.
Influencers – or influence?
It is not influencers (and reach) that matters, it is ‘true’ influence. Kevin Ruck repors on the PRCA Digital Report 2018 launch.