Yup, you read that right.

I’ve got 51 awesome internal communication tools that you can start using today, for free.

No free trial shenanigans, just awesome resources you can use today.

Let’s get started. 



Table of Contents

 

Part 1 - The Best Free Internal Communications Strategy Tools

Part 2 - The Best Free Tools For Measuring Employee Engagement

Part 3 - The Best Free Internal Comms Tools for Productivity 

Part 4 - The Best Free Tools for Creating Internal Comms Content

Part 5 - Honorable Mentions


 

The Best Free Internal Communications Strategy Tools


A strategic communicator is a successful communicator. Use these tools to inspire, refine, and plan your internal communications strategy.

1.Engagement ROI Calculator by OfficeVibe

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What is it?
Just enter your company size, average salary, turnover rate, and boom, and this interactive tool will calculate how much your organization could save if it was engaging more employees.

Why should you use it?
It may not be completely scientific, but it uses some interesting data to calculate what your organization could be losing to low productivity, absenteeism, turnover, and onboarding every year.

And anything that can help you prove to leadership that employee engagement is a massive money saver is good to have in your toolbox.

Is it free?
Sure is!

2. Elements of IC

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What is it?
It’s the Periodic Table of Elements, except for internal communications!

Why should you use it?
Elements of IC is the brainchild of Alan Oram, Creative Director of Alive with Ideas! and internal comms enthusiast, Chuck Gose.

With a goal of painting the full picture of the internal communication function, it is a wealth of information on every facet of IC. And it keeps growing! Communicators are encouraged to contribute resources they’ve found so we can spread the love with an ever-evolving library of knowledge.

Is it free?
Uh huh.

3. Internal Comms Plan Template by Saskia Jones

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What is it?
A simple worksheet download to help you plan your internal comms.

Why should you use it?
You need a plan, of course!

This is a great worksheet to take to meetings to guide discussions with your team.

Is it free?
Yes!

4. The IC Space


What is it?
IC Space is a website dedicated to supporting government communicators.

Why should you use it?
It’s a comprehensive resource for government level communications that all communicators can use. They cover style guides, strategy, standards, leadership, planning, audiences, change comms, and much, much more.

Is it free?
Thankfully!

5. CommsTools from SnapComms

What is it?
CommsTools is a directory of different communication tactics, covering digital, face-to-face and print communications.

Why should you use it?
Snap Comms does a brilliant job of covering different comms tactics when to use them, their strengths, tips, and important things to consider.

I can see this free resource being infinitely useful for any comms professionals who are looking to evaluate their channels, those who are looking to bring on new channels, or anyone who is thinking about doing a communications audit.

Is it free?
Funny you should ask. It is indeed!

6. Axero’s Intranet University

What is it?
A series of blog posts organized into a comprehensive syllabus on everything you need to get started with an intranet.

Why should you use it?
If you’re thinking about getting an intranet solution or have an intranet you want to make the most of, they’ve got you covered.

From evaluating solutions and making a business case for an intranet, to planning the launch, and encouraging channel adoption, they take you step-by-step through the world of intranets. And once you’re up and running, they even cover governance and measurement!

Is it free?
Uh huh. 

7. Hubspot Persona Builder

persona-builder-(hubspot)What is it?
An interactive buyer persona creator.

Why should you use it?
Sure, it’s directed at sales, but this is a really great tool for creating internal audience personas as well. Creating an employee persona guide will help you think more strategically about your communications, which channels you use, and your messaging.

Is it free?
Sure is!

8. Internal Comms Content Calendar

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What is it?
It’s a handy internal comms content calendar template we made.

Why should you use it?
The 2019 Strategic Internal Communicator's Calendar template will help you get the respect you deserve for your processes, your role, and your timeline, while also:

  • Streamlining your workflow, making your efforts more effective and leaving you less stressed.

  • Getting leadership and various departments on the same page, so you can be consistent and on schedule.

  • Helping you avoid too many emails or ineffective communications.

What’s not to love?

Is it free?
For you? Of course darling.


9. Internal Comms Measurement Goals Worksheet by Social Chorus 

What is it?
A handy little spreadsheet to help you organize and plan your communication goals.

Why should you use it?
Social Chorus clearly put some thought into creating this resource. It’s a great way to start planning and aligning your communication goals with your organization's goals.

Is it free?
Indeed!


 

The Best Free Tools For Measuring Employee Engagement

Measuring employee engagement is tricky.

Without cold hard data, it’s very hard to prove that your employee engagement strategy is working.

By collecting data on how your comms were received, like clicks, opens, read time, or even sentiment, you can learn what your employees really want and need, and finally prove to leadership that you’re awesome at your job.

But data collection tools can be costly. And without some data to start with, leadership can be slow to approve expensive tools.

So why not start with some free tools, so you can start crunchin’ numbers and getting the credit you deserve for all your hard work.

Here are some free resources to get you started.

10. Hotjar

What is it?
Hotjar is a data-gathering tool that shows you heat maps and visitor page recordings on web pages of your choosing. Think of it like a more visual Google Analytics.

All you have to do is inject (copy + paste) some script into your intranet’s header code and boom, you’re in business.

On the upgraded versions, you can even prompt visitors with surveys of feedback tools.

Why should you use it?
With Hotjar you can see exactly how people are using your intranet. See where they are lingering, what they are clicking on, what they are skipping over.

That’s pretty damn valuable for evaluating your employees’ experience on your intranet or internal blogs, no?

Plus it’s super easy to use and is kinda fun to watch, even if it is a little bit creepy.

Is it free?
The basic plan is free forever. It included unlimited users, data storage for a year, and collects 2000 pageviews per day.
 

11. Inspectlet

What is it?

Inspectlet is very similar to Hotjar, but it is organized a bit differently and offers slightly different analytics. Like Hotjar it records sessions of users interacting with your site and gives you heat maps.

inspectletAll it takes to start is copying and pasting some script into your intranet’s header code.

Why should you use it?
Again, seeing how people interact with your intranet can give you priceless insight about how to organize your content, what content to produce, and how to improve your employees’ experience.

I suggest trying out both this and Hotjar and see which one works best for you. Which interface appeals most to you and the ease of use is going to be the biggest differentiator here.

Is it free?
Why yes, yes it is. On the most basic plan, Inspectlet will record 1000 sessions per month, record 1000 visitors for A/B tests per month and track 10,000 pageviews per month. The caveat is they only let you set up on one site, and there is only one month of storage.
 

12. Google Analytics Intranet Dashboard

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What is it?
A sweet Google Analytics Dashboard we made that you can put on your intranet, and an associated guide.

Why should you use it?
Skip all the report configuration on Google Analytics, and install our intranet measurement dashboard template in seconds.

You can see use and engagement trends, employee visits, top channels, most-visited pages, mobile usage, and opportunities for optimization.

Easy peasy!

Is it free?
Of course! Brought to you by Bananatag.

13. Pulse Survey Planning Kit

pulse-survey-planning-kit-(btag)What is it?
An easy-to-use kit that includes an editable PDF pulse survey planning worksheet and a pulse survey planning PowerPoint presentation template.

Why should you use it?
This kit makes planning and presenting your first pulse survey easy by helping you:

  • Decide on and validate your first pulse survey questions

  • Get approval and buy-in from leadership by communicating the value of the survey

  • Plan your pulse survey implementation step-by-step

  • Communicate your results to both leadership and employees

Is it free?
Funny you should ask. Yes, it is!

14. Employee Email Analysis Tool

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What is it? 
An easy-to-use spreadsheet that will help you visualize your email data, identify trends and give you simple, data-driven ways to improve your employee emails.

Why should you use it?
With this tool you can input your email data and find out:

  • Your average email open and click rates

  • How your email engagement compares to industry benchmarks

  • The best time to send your employee emails

  • How subject line length affects engagement

  • Your most effective links and calls-to-action

Is it free?
Let me check…. yes, it’s 100% free.


 

The Best Free Internal Comms Tools for Collaboration, Productivity & Organization

 

15. Miro (formerly Realtime Board)

 

 

What is it?
A nifty collaboration board for teams. 

Why should you use it?
Well according to their website, all the cool kids are doing it. (Netflix, Twitter, Spotify, UpWork, Salesforce, Hubspot, AirBnb, and us.)

Impressive client list aside, Miro allows teams to collaborate on everything in an infinite workspace that gives you everything you need to brainstorm ideas, manage projects, present workflows, make comments on documents, and so much more. 

Is it free?
The free version has 5 editable boards, unlimited members, Slack integration, and integration with Microsoft Teams. Whoa, I know. 

 

16. Airtable

 

 


What is it?
Airtable is a cloud-based spreadsheet/database hybrid you can use for organizing, planning, and executing just about every project imaginable.

 

Why should you use it?
At first glance, it’s slightly intimidating, but if you can get in the groove it is a powerful tool for collaboration. You can have one place for everything. Track projects, assign tasks, manage assets, check on timelines, plan, and organize all your content from one spot.

Is it free?
They have a free plan that’s pretty robust, if I do say so myself.

17. Loomio


What is it?
Loomio helps people and groups make decisions with online voting.

Why should you use it?
This is a great tool for boards and committees that helps streamline decision making, without back and forth emails or meetings. Loomio keeps everything in one place so you can increase transparency about the decision making process, keep meetings efficient, and come to clear decisions.

It also gives people in your organization who wouldn’t normally speak up in meetings an opportunity to have a voice. It offers increased accessibility and diversity in decision making by helping collaborators build empathy for each other's perspectives with consensus-focused voting.

Is it free?
Okay, sort of. The organization recommends the free version for evaluation purposes, but you can get up to 10 people on there, so it’s still cool.

18. Atlassian Team Playbook

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What is it?
An awesome directory of ‘plays’ or ways of working, that help keep your team thriving, healthy, and creative.

Why should you use it?
Internal culture is reflected in external results. If you don’t have a healthy environment in your comms team or with your collaborators, it will impact your results negatively.

The playbook can help you find new, more effective ways to organize and collaborate with your team so you can do your best work yet, and make your work more enjoyable.

Is it free?
Yup! Thanks Atlassian!

19. Team User Manuals

What is it?
A template for your own personal user manual.

Why should you use it?
Knowing exactly what your team and collaborators need to be successful in their roles, their communication styles, how they respond to crisis, and areas they struggle with isn’t TMI.

In fact, it is a key component in building effective and thriving teams, and in turn, productive and efficient systems, and projects.

Knowing how to help your teammates, and how to communicate and collaborate with them, is essential to having a happy, healthy, and productive work environment.

Is it free?
It only costs the time you take to fill it in.
 

20.Doodle

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What is it?
A super-efficient scheduling tool for coordinating lots of attendees and finding the best dates and times that work for your event or meeting.

Why should you use it?
Trying to schedule a meeting for a large group of people, or even a small group with very different schedules, can be a bit of a nightmare. Doodle makes it easy.

You simply suggest dates and times, invite your group, and they check off when is best for them. In the end, you will see the best dates available for everyone.

Is it free?
Thankfully.
 

21. World Time Buddy

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What is it?
A user-friendly, visual time zone converter and world clock.

Why should you use it?
If you have to communicate or collaborate with people in different time zones, you’ve definitely messed up meeting times before. With this time zone converter and clock, you won’t.

My favorite part is the visual element, so you can see across multiple time zones at once and pick good times for everyone.

Is it free?
Yes! Yes! Yes!
 

22. Calendly


What is it?
A smart meeting schedule tool for busy people.

Why should you use it?
If people are always looking for your ear or your time, it can be hard to get your work done. And  going back and forth over email trying to find a time that works is a pain in the butt.

With Calendly you can set up recurring dates and times that you have available for meetings. If someone wants to set up a time to talk, they just go to your link and pick a time that works best for them. Then it gets automatically added to both of your calendars. Ta-da!

Is it free?
Their free version is pretty skookum.

23. Zoom


What is it?
A video and screen sharing meeting software. Think Google Hangouts or Uberconference but less glitchy and more professional looking.

Why should you use it?
It’s way better than the alternative video meeting software out there, and I would know because I’ve used most of them.

You can also record your meetings, share screens simultaneously, use their digital whiteboard, hand over your mouse and keyboard control, do private or group chats, create breakout rooms, and you can even get your own personal meeting room ID so you can use the same link every time.

Scheduling is also a snap. You can jump on a meeting in an instant or schedule customized events with all the relevant info, and invite people right from the application. 

Is it free?
On their free plan, you can host up to 100 participants, have unlimited meetings, and still get online support.

The only catch is there is a 40 minute limit on group meetings, which is easily hacked by just leaving the meeting and starting a new one with your personal meeting ID.

24. Notion

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What is it?
An all-in-one workspace that keeps your team's notes, docs, knowledge base, tasks, projects, spreadsheets, and databases all in one spot.

Why should you use it?
When it comes to managing projects and planning, organization is 90% of the battle. Notion allows you to have a single source for your daily workflow, so everyone is on the same page and no one is scrambling to find things across seven different platforms.

Is it free?
Thankfully they have a lovely free plan!


25. Twist


What is it?
It’s a productivity hub that uses chat, threads, and collaboration tools to keep distributed teams in the loop and on the same page.

Why should you use it?
Twist is a spin-off of group chat tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams that help keep communications more organized and accessible.

Though it is aesthetically similar to Slack, you won’t lose comments or tidbits of information in a massive back and forth exchange because Twist’s platform is organized by threads. 

Is it free?
They have a free plan!


 

The Free Tools for Creating Internal Comms Content


Okay now let's get to the fun stuff...

26. Lumen5

 

What is it?
An easy-to-use and really cool social media video creator.

Why should you use it?
It only took me 20 minutes to make on awesome video.

Correction: It took me five minutes to put together my first video, and then I walked around the office yelling, “I’M AMAZING!” for the next 15.

It’s just so freaking cool. Video has proven to be the most engaging platform but very few of us know what the heck we are doing when it comes to video creation.

This creator allows you to make short videos with text embedded so your employees don’t even need to have their sound on to see your point. 

Is it free?
I have no idea why, but yes.

27. Canva

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What is it?
It’s the non-designer’s best friend when it comes to creating beautiful branded images.

Why should you use it?
Not only can you use it to make stunning header images for your newsletter, but they even have custom templates for social images, brochures, business cards and more. You can choose from over 50,000 templates and each one is 100% customizable.

Is it free?
There are some assets and features that are paid only, but the free membership still gives you plenty of freedom.

28. unDraw

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What is it?
A beautiful collection of illustrated images that you can use completely free and without attribution.

Why should you use it?
Just pop in your brand colours and get an seemingly infinite number of attractive and professional stock illustrations for any project. 

Besides being aesthetically pleasing, unDraw's images are made to be customized:

  • All of the images are super high-quality, so you don't have to worry about them scaling funny on different devices.
  • You can download them as small SVG or PNG files that won't increase your page loading time. 
  • You can download them in a format that's easy to embed directly into HTML.
  • You can edit them all you want, use them for whatever you want, and you don't have to credit anyone!

Is it free?
As a bird.

29. GIPHY Capture

 

What is it?
A screen capture GIF maker. 

Why should you use it?
Because no matter how you pronounce it, GIFs are the best. Making them on the other hand, is not the best if your technologically stunted like myself.   

So impress all your colleagues with GIPHY Capture.

Capture anything on your screen, trim down the video length to specific frames, add captions, and export. BOOM! You’ve got a custom GIF.

These are great for having fun on your communication channels with custom company GIFs or even showing audiences how to complete a simple task on your screen.

Is it free?
Oui.

30. Loom


What is it?
Loom is a neat browser extension that allows you to make videos of your screen, add annotations, and share them.  

Why should you use it?
Trying to explain how to do something, how something works, or your process through just words is a lot of work and can still leave things unclear. With Loom you can get your message across easily, instantly, and without confusion.

Is it free?
You bet!

31. Anchor


What is it?
A comprehensive beginner’s platform for podcasting.

 
Why should you use it?
Podcasting is cool. Internal podcasts are even becoming a thing. This platform allows you to get started easily and for free with minimal setup.

The easiest, free comms channel yet!

Is it free?
100%


32. Paper.li

 

What is it?
A really neat way to gather content from multiple sources and automatically make a newsletter out of it.

Why should you use it?
It won’t ever replace your internal newsletter, sorry! But if you want to be seen as a thought leader in the industry, or you just want to get all the latest and greatest on your favorite topics, from your favorite sources, delivered straight to your inbox, Paper.li is really neat.

Is it free?
Darn tootin’!

33.Blog Topic Generator

blog-idea-generator-(hubspot)What is it?
It’s a blog topic (or content topic) generator

Why should you use it?
Writer’s block is a thing. And even if you don’t have writer’s block but you want to come up with some catchy angles or titles for your next piece of content, this will give you plenty of inspiration.

Is it free?
YASSSS!

34. Portent Title Maker

title-maker-2-(portent)What is it?
It is also a blog topic (or content topic) generator

Why should you use it?
Get new angles, new ideas, and some pretty catchy titles for your content.

Is it free?
Yupperoni!

35. Data Visualization Guide

What is it?
A slide deck on how to present data so people get it.

Why should you use it?
Data may not be your first language, but it is what gets leadership excited. Knowing how to present your data is just as important as collecting the data. 

Is it free?
Hubspot will give it to you for free if you give them your email. So technically, yes.

36. Narrative Framework by NOBL

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What is it?
A short, but very useful framework for selling your ideas internally through storytelling. 

Why should you use it?
Storytelling is one of the most effective ways to get people invested in your ideas. If you’re looking to change up old processes or try something new, learn how to pitch your ideas with this powerful framework.

Is it free?
You bet.

37. The A to Z Guide to Culture Decks by NOBL

What is it?
A huge directory of culture decks from various large organizations.

Why should you use it?
If you have to create an employee handbook, welcome package or a culture deck, you can get lots of ideas by browsing how some of the most well-respected organizations put theirs together.

Is it free?
100%

38. Emojipedia

emojipediaWhat is it?
A complete directory of every emoji.

Why should you use it?
Depending on your organization, using emojis in communications can be a fun way to elicit particular emotions and convey sentiment without having to say anything.

Is it free?
Absolutely.

39. Really Good Emails

really-good-emailsWhat is it?
Really Good Emails curates the best of the best in email newsletters, marketing automation emails, and other templated correspondence. 

Why should you use it?
Though your audience may be internal rather than external, customers and employees are likely to be attracted to the same aesthetics, and are always interested in relevant content. Browse through not only to see some great designs, but check out their resource section for some technical and strategic guides on creating better emails too. 

Is it free?
Yuppers!

40. HTML Color Codes

html-color-codesWhat is it?
An easy way to find the HTML color code for a specific color in any image.

Why should you use it?
With this nifty tool, you don’t have to wait to get your brand color codes from the design team. You can find out your brand color codes easily and use them to make sure all of your design creations are on brand!

Is it free?
Definitely.

41. Stock Snap

stocksnapWhat is it?
Stock Snap has one of the largest (and most professional) collection of free stock images.

Why should you use it?
Their images are high quality and do not have any copyright restrictions. That means you can download images to your heart’s content and edit them for your personal use.

The photos are collected from 100s of photographers with a variety of styles, so you can find a theme, color palette, or style that best suits your needs.

Is it free?
Surprisingly, yes.

42. Image Background Remover

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What is it?
An app that allows you to remove the background on any image. (Yes, that's me in the image.)

Why should you use it?
It is really hard to remove a background if you don’t have photoshop skills. This is a super easy way to remove any background so you can make your images or logos pop.

Is it free?
It is! 

43. Icon Finder

icon-finderWhat is it?
Icon Finder offers libraries full of stylized icons for every imaginable purpose.

Why should you use it?
These are great if you’d like to brand a particular part of your email or use iconography to draw readers eyes to particular sections of your newsletter. They offer entire sets of stylized icons or you can just download one at a time.

Is it free?
There are plenty of free icons (and some paid) in their library.


45. 5 Employee Newsletter Templates

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What is it?
Five free beautiful HTML newsletter templates you can copy and paste into your email platform. 

Why should you use it?
Outlook and Gmail don’t let you do a whole lot of fun stuff in your emails, so if you want to send out something attractive and eye-catching, you’d have to be a HTML wiz.

Follow the guidelines and these templates can help you create beautiful emails right in your inbox a little more easily. 

Is it free?
Of course!


46. Whimsical Flowcharts

visual-workspace-(whimsical)What is it?
An easy way to create diagrams. 

Why should you use it?
Sometimes words aren’t the best way to get your point across. Diagrams can be useful for explaining workflows, processes, changes, or ideas.

I’ve used a variety of flowchart apps, trying to the the easiest one to use that still looks great, and this is it!

Is it free?
Uh huh.

47. CoSchedule Headline Analyzer

headline-analyzer-(coschedule)What is it?
A tool that helps score your headlines or titles by readability, sentiment, and impact. 

Why should you use it?
Because we are so content saturated, regardless of platform, we often just scan through headlines to decide what is worthy of our attention. 

This data-backed analyzer will help you create headlines that grab employees’ attention. All you do is enter your headline, and the analyzer will give you a score out of 100. It will also give you a breakdown of how it came up with your score and things you can do to improve it.

Is it free?
Oh yes.

48. Hemingway App

hemingwayappWhat is it?
The Hemingway app helps you improve your writing by scoring the readability of your text and highlighting areas to improve.

Why should you use it?
Complex and unclear language is an engagement killer. The Hemingway App will help you cut down and clarify your language, making your writing easier to read.

The editor will score your writing according to a particular grade reading level. This allows you to make sure your language is accessible to all readers.

And perhaps most useful, the app also calculates the approximate read time of your text.

Is it free?
Indubitably.

49. Grammarly

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What is it?
An AI-powered writing assistant.

Why should you use it?
Grammarly touts itself as the world’s most accurate online grammar checker, which doesn’t surprise me. I have been using it for years and can vouch for its effectiveness.

I don’t write anything without it and it has saved my butt more times than I can count.

Is it free?
There is a very useful free version, yes.

50. Social Message Optimizer

social-message-optimizerWhat is it?
Much like CoSchedule’s headline analyzer, their social message optimizer analyzes your social media post, scores it for every platform, and shows you how to improve it.

Why should you use it?
Even if you don’t manage your company’s social presence, knowing what resonates on different platforms is a great way to evaluate and improve your messaging on your intranets, your ESN, or even blurbs in your newsletter, so people will actually read them.

Is it free?
Yes! Yes! Yes!

51. Email Subject Line Analyzer

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What is it?
An email subject line analyzer that scores your subject line, shows you what it will look like on different platforms, and shows you how to improve it for more opens.

Why should you use it?
Your email subject line only has one job - get the email opened. So it better work!

This tool is a great way to get more insight on what kind of subject lines get opened and improve your own. 

Is it free?
Indeed.



And finally....

🤩 Honorable Mentions 🤩

These providers have put so much time and energy into creating incredible resources for internal communicators, that I felt guilty squishing them into the categories above. 

Each of these resource providers are playing a big role in documenting, studying, and shaping the internal communications landscape. If you're a communicator who is looking to get ahead in your role, these are for you. 

1. The Next Level produced by IC Kollectif

One of the very first resources I found when I started researching internal communications was IC Kollectif's ebook, Disrupting the Function of IC - A Global Perspective. 

It was incredibly valuable in helping me understand the power of internal communications and the industry as a whole. 

Now, IC Kollectif has done it again with a new global research report called, The Next Level Global Report - The Business Value of Good Internal Communication.

If you've ever struggled to show leadership the value of your role or you want to understand the view of your function from the top down so you can get buy-in, you have to read this report. 

The research presented in this report is drawn from C-Suite leaders, communications practitioners, executives, and academics from all over the world. It includes insights, frameworks and resources that all communicators can use to prove the business value of their role. 

And to make it even better, IC Kollectif has just launched a new publication series called, Research Brief where they dive deep into a specific topic from the Next Level report. A new issue will be released every three weeks, so make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out!

2. Institute for Public Relations Employee & Organizational Communication Research

If you like facts, figures, and research-backed advice, you should have a gander at some of IRP's internal communications studies. 

These brainiacs are setting the standard for internal comms measurement and research.

From research on how employees react to emails from leadership, the effect of leadership's language on enhancing psychological meaningfulness and vitality in employees, to crisis management and the fundamental nature of employee engagement, you could probably learn everything you could ever want to know about internal communications from this site 

You best get started.

3. Gatehouse State of the Sector Report

Every year Gatehouse releases an epic report on the state of internal communications and employee engagement.

Thousands of practitioners participate.

The report compiles important data on everything from budgets and working practices, to channel adoption and focuses for the future. It is a great resource for anyone who is curious about where they sit on the spectrum of internal communications teams and activities, or who are looking for industry benchmarks.

4. Bananatag Resources

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That's right. 

We hustle pretty hard to put out useful content. And we love it!

Our primary goal is to make resources and webinars that make your job (and life) easier. We've got email templates, spreadsheets, ebooks, and expert panels galore!

And since you're already here, you might as well check them out.



If you liked this post and are looking for more free resources, be sure to check out our previous posts on the The Best Internal Communication Blogs, and The Best Internal Comms Podcasts.