As internal communicators we are often asked or instructed to do communications which have no clear objective or a demonstrable return on the investment of our time. We should never be doing 'owt for nowt'.
The design and delivery of internal conferences and events often falls firmly within the remit of the internal communicator including finding a suitable venue. This can sometimes be a daunting experience, particularly for those who only do this once a year or if they have never done it before. My hints and tips on the important things to consider in a venue hunt could save you from having the nightmare before conference later on.
Our modern ways of communicating have their roots deep within ancient cultures. The ancient Assyrians used both FAQs and storytelling as communication tools just as internal communicators do today.