Internal Communication Awards

If, like me, you’ve been working hard revisiting your internal communications strategy and setting your comms plan for 2015, make sure you also include the dates for relevant IC awards.

 

Internal communication awards are great for you to showcase your skills and achievements as a communications team, or even as an individual. They also provide an opportunity for you to benchmark your initiatives and programmes against other companies. It’s always good to check out previous winners and case studies to see how you’re doing in relation and get some inspiration!

 

Here are just a few of the internal communication and employee engagement awards out there:

 

 

InsideStory

#InsideStory Awards

For these awards there are 12 categories, each celebrating the best of the best in internal communication practice. The awards are open to internal communicators and employee engagement specialists. You are asked to share your #insidestory.

 

 

CIPR Excellence Awards

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The Excellence Awards recognise and celebrate the outstanding work of individuals, teams and consultancies across the UK and overseas.

 

 

Comms2Point0 Unawards

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The Comms2Point0 Unawards recognise the great work PR and comms people across the UK (and beyond) do day in, day out. There are a total of 14 categories; with most open to public sector and a few specifically for private sector.

 

 

Employee Engagement Awards

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The Employee Engagement Awards celebrate the best small and big businesses the UK and Ireland have to offer. There’s also a category for the ‘Unsung Heroes’ in your organisation.

In a competitive labour market, businesses have to offer and be seen to be doing things differently to create an engaging and rewarding working environment. These awards celebrate those companies truly putting people first and their employees at the heart of everything they do.

 

 

Public Sector Communications Excellence Awards

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The Public Sector Communications Excellence Awards are the first ever awards for public sector communicators by the professions.  There is only one category for the awards: excellence in public sector communications campaigns and programmes.

 

 


Melcrum

Melcrum Awards

The Melcrum Awards are an opportunity to recognise those people and companies who truly reflect what smarter Internal Communication and commitment to achieving ground-breaking business results is all about.

Melcrum challenges you to share your initiatives and company IC projects that have pushed boundaries and proven value.

 

 

The Corporate Engagement Awards

The Corporate Engagement Awards celebrates the best partnerships, sponsorships and corporate social responsibility programmes. The awards recognise and honour the achievements of companies and agencies who have successfully worked with a range of companies in order to promote their corporate brand and improve their reputation.

 

 

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IoIC Scotland Awards 2015

The IoIC Scotland Awards reward the best communication and celebrate the achievements of professionals working in Scotland. These awards celebrate the drive and passion of communicators by rewarding the very best communication and celebrating the achievements of professionals working in all sectors across Scotland.

 

 

Charity Comms Inspiring Communicator Awards

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CharityComms’ Inspiring Communicator Awards recognise and celebrate people who are inspirational communicators within or for their organisations in the charity sector. For these awards, individuals are encouraged to nominate someone you work with or know.

 

 

If you know any other IC specific awards, then share the love using the comments box below…

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