Participate in the 2012 State of the Nation: APAC and India Internal Communications Survey. Get A Free Summary Report!


Update | Taken the 2012 State of the Nation: APAC and India Internal Communications Survey yet? Survey extended till Oct 19.

The 2012 State of the Nation: APAC and India Internal Communications Survey is on!  The Survey aims to gauge the progress, maturity and impact of internal communications in the region.

It is the first ever study from India among practitioners and is meant to be completed by professionals who work or have worked for organizations either in the capacity of a leader or an individual contributor to the internal communications function.

Last year’s survey covered a host of topics including the role, function, social media, measurement, channels, challenges and the future of the function.

This year the survey invites practitioners from the APAC region as well to participate and share their perspectives on the subject.

The 2012 survey covers topics such as employee engagement, change management, elevating presence of the function, leadership communications, internal crisis communications, manager communication, conflict management and stakeholder management.

I received feedback that benchmarking compensation may not provide relevant insights considering the sensitivities involved with sharing such information. I dropped the topic from the list this year.

This survey will continue to probe the level of confidence among internal communicators, the investment made, channels used, the priorities, impact of social media and seek feedback on what must internal communicators do more to be more effective.

Take the survey now! It will take 10 minutes of your time. Survey closes October 14, 2012.

 Why should you take the survey?

  • Get the opportunity to shape the future of the function in India and the APAC region
  • Have your voice heard
  • Help guide how leaders and communicators will steer decisions and evolve interventions
  • Be the first to receive an executive summary of the results
  • Take tangible measures to make an impact in your role, company and industry
  • Be also among the first to get an invite for the survey findings discussion

Who is running this survey?

This is an independent survey conducted by Aniisu K. Verghese an internal communication expert, career coach and author with over twelve years of experience in the evolving employee communications, social media and advertising domains with leading IT, financial services and consulting organizations in India. He currently serves as the India Internal Communications Lead for an IT services firm.

In his earlier capacity he managed transformational internal communication assignments with Fidelity, Accenture and i-flex solutions. He helped launch and manage corporate intranets, edit and publish company employee newsletters, coached senior leadership on communication strategy, led internal branding campaigns as well as crafted effective corporate social responsibility communication that improved employee engagement.

He is a speaker at management forums and recentlyaddressed about 100 global communicators at the2011 World International Association of Business Communicators, San Diego, US.  He conducts India’s first ever internal communication workshop series –  Internal Communications 101 – Essentials For Success and Internal Communications 201 – Driving Change and Elevating Your Presence.

He has won honors at the 2002 and 2003 League of American Communication Professionals (LACP) Vision Awards and Society of Technical Communications Competitions, Australia Chapter in the employee publication category. Aniisu served as an elite panelist who evaluated and shortlisted Asia Pacific entries for the 2012 International Association of Business Communicator’s Gold Quill Awards.

He is the author of Internal Communications – Insights, Practices and Models (Sage Response, 2012).

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