- Language: English
- 115 Pages
- Published: November 2011
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The significance of the CEO’s internal communication programme. Edition No. 1
- Published: June 2009
- 192 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
CEOs are becoming increasingly aware of their roles
as business communicators, but still find it
difficult to quantify the value of internal
communication within organisations. Internal
communication is so entwined with the process of
organising and with organisational structure,
environment, power and culture that many theorists
of organisational communication argue that
organisations would not exist without communication.
Internal communication is the catalyst, if not the
key, to organisational excellence and effectiveness
(Grunig,1992:114). This book illustrates the link
between the internal corporate communication
programme of an organisation’s Chief Executive
Officer and the commitment levels to the same
organisation of middle management employees.
Business communicators and corporate communications
specialists, who are interested in increasing
employee commitment levels to the organisations
through effective CEO internal communication
programmes, will find this book of value.
Irma Meyer holds a Masters Degree in Corporate Communication
from the University of Johannesburg, South Africa and has a
special interest in leadership communication and internal
corporate communication. She currently runs her own Corporate
Communication Consultancy after having gained valuable
experience in the corporate environment.