Daniel Munslow

Principle Consultant: VMA Group, Director: MCC Consulting
Location:Johannesburg, South Africa


Daniel Munslow is a Principle Consultant at VMA Group and Director of MCC Consulting. He has 13 years' experience in business communications and consulting, and has worked across multiple industries in numerous countries in Africa and Europe.
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Daniel Munslow
[Marketing & Media] South African-based brand engagement agency, Talk2Us, and London-based leadership training organisation Impact Factory have announced plans to form an exclusive strategic partnership.
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The Business Communicator's role in the boardroom

As the role of communication continues to advance at board and executive levels, professionals also need to advance their game...

By Daniel Munslow 2 Oct 2016

PRISA conference panel puts spotlight on crisis communication

When a crisis happens, the need to communicate is immediate. The reputation of a business is at stake, with potentially devastating consequences...

By Daniel Munslow 16 Aug 2016

The elusive C-suite for communicators

The IABC World Conference took place in New Orleans this month. One of the challenges for communicators is securing a seat at the top...

By Daniel Munslow 21 Jun 2016

The crisis of listening

Communications specialist Daniel Munslow on trends from the World PR Forum...

By Daniel Munslow 15 Jun 2016

Adapt or die

"Communicators who are most adaptable, agile and change-ready will survive, as the past is no longer a predictor of future success," was a key message at the IABC World Conference in New Orleans this week...

By Daniel Munslow 9 Jun 2016

A lesson in cross-cultural communication

Communicating across cultures has become one of the most talked about subjects for global communication professionals as they continue to face the challenges associated with communicating with large, geographically spread audiences...

By Daniel Munslow 3 Jun 2016

Cultural appreciation in reputation management

Communicating across cultures was the theme that emerged from a recent reputational management workshop I presented...

By Daniel Munslow 30 May 2016

Recruitment trends 2016

Leaders realise that to successfully run their companies, they need a clear business strategy that meets strategic challenges and drives the organisation forward...

By Daniel Munslow 22 Jan 2016

[Communications] Who really safeguards a company's reputation?

Let's take a step back to good old reputation management - the cornerstone principle of safeguarding a company's good name. In the past, it was a function almost exclusively dedicated to the corporate affairs teams...

By Daniel Munslow 29 Oct 2015

The evolution of business communication

The traditional role of public relations continues to evolve in a dynamic and constantly changing landscape. Today, PR is a key function of an organisation's reputation management strategy...

By Daniel Munslow 2 Oct 2015

Linking engagement to performance

Employee engagement and internal communication have become top business priorities among senior executives around the world. No longer is the function seen as a 'nice to have'...

By Daniel Munslow 10 Jun 2015

Collaboration - a game changer

Comment8, a UK internal communications consultancy, hosted its third annual iCollaborate conference in London, focussing on key trends impacting practitioners...

By Daniel Munslow 22 Apr 2015

IABC EMENA conference tackles leadership communication

LONDON: The IABC EMENA, the counterpart of the Africa region of the IABC, hosted their annual conference titled "Power to the People", addressing the key trends in communication...

By Daniel Munslow 15 Apr 2015

[2013 trends] Internal communication: high value, low cost

Looking back at the internal communication landscape in South Africa over the past year, and the trends that we are implementing in dozens of companies across Africa, here are some of the highlights of what can be expected in this specialised discipline in 2013.

By Daniel Munslow 16 Jan 2013

Are you a third generation communicator?

An increasing amount of pressure is being placed on internal communication specialists in large organisations, as financial decision makers and business leaders seek to understand the tangible business benefits of the discipline and how it is delivering on and contributing to business priorities.

By Daniel Munslow 17 Jul 2012

[IABC 2012] Communication crimes: Are you a repeat offender?

CHICAGO, USA: Cultural communication has never been more important, according to Robert Dilenschneider, IABC Fellow and founder and principal of the Dilenschneider Group. Presenting on Tuesday, 26 June at the 2012 IABC World Conference in Chicago, Dilenschneider emphasised that many of the tactics and strategies employed by corporate communicators over the past several decades have changed as social media have taken hold and national barriers have come down.

By Daniel Munslow 27 Jun 2012

[IABC 2012] Employee engagement and transformational change

CHICAGO, USA: Irene Lewis, president and CEO of SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary, Alberta (Canada) started out as a rural school teacher has always focused on the people around her. She realised from early days that companies can make all the promises they want. Without engaged employee who can deliver, they will achieve little.

By Daniel Munslow 27 Jun 2012

[IABC 2012] Setting the bar for the future of communication

The IABC 2012 World Conference kicked off on the morning of Sunday, 24 June in Chicago, Illinois, USA. This year's conference, which is attended by more than 1 400 top business communicators from around the globe, is themed "Vision of 20/15". The theme and the talks being presented are designed with the view of looking at the future of strategic communications.

By Daniel Munslow 27 Jun 2012

Using research to justify your internal communication budgets

Many organisations are busy developing their annual financial budgets. Now more than ever, companies are asking for tangible return on investment for their communication programmes, and a justification on budgets spent. When presenting their plans to the board, they are being required to show a shift in attitudes and behaviours in the workplace - or impact - as opposed to the production of material, or output.

By Daniel Munslow 29 Sep 2011

Redefining internal communication to improve customer service

Customer relationship management... customer service... customer loyalty... There are a dozen ways to describe companies' attempts to retain customers. The reality today is that no matter what type of industry in which you're operating, customer-centric strategies and initiatives are at the front of the quest for higher profits. Behind the scenes, however, there are a number of internal processes that need to be brought into line before customer service can be fully realised.

By Daniel Munslow 29 Apr 2011

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