The first part of the Five Step Value Framework gives you the tools to help your organisation truly embrace internal communications as a business function.
Are you looking for creative things to do at home with your kids? Why not get them to draw their very own robot?
As the national lockdown looks set to continue for another three weeks, 44's resident children's illustrator extraordinaire Amie Pryal offers us some respite. Keep the kids entertained with Amie's step-by-step guide to drawing your own epic dragon.
This Easter weekend will be a very different one for all of us. However, it's easy keep the kids entertained with this step-by-step guide to draw your very own narwhal.
If you're looking for something to help keep the kids entertained (and the big kids!) active, then look no further. Our Project Manager and artistic ace Amie Pryal has put together a fun, easy step-by-step guide to draw your very own unicorn in six easy steps.
The team at 44 is busy compiling useful coronavirus resources and recommendations to help IC professionals and their loved ones stay on top of challenges over the coming weeks.
Here are ten top tips that will help you to make the most of this extensive period of working from home, regardless of your set-up.
Life can imitate art sometimes. In the second episode of our podcast series, we talk to Director Rob Sloan about lessons we can learn from the world of theatre.
With the results of the recent general election still fresh in our minds, we explore the idea that there may be some lessons here for internal communicators.
There’s a strategic framework that can help you answer this question – the Five Step Value Framework. It’s intended to help internal communicators structure and deliver tangible proof that the work they are doing is making a notable and positive difference to their organisation.