Each day, millions of smart communicators struggle to increase employee engagement. There are too many tactics and not enough time. “Internal Comms Pro: The Podcast” aims to change that. We want to make your corporate communications or internal communications job easier. We are bringing together the best in the business to give you real ideas on how to improve engagement and retention at any organization. We will show you how to elevate your position, improve your stats, and make your workplace a happier one.
Jenni Field, Founder of Redefining Communications helps listeners go from chaos to calm with her new book "Influential Internal Communication." We’ll review highlights from the book that help to redefine internal communications in a way that will affect the true evolution of your organization and in the end, expand your sphere of influence.
We talk with two trailblazers from the midwest, Jessica Bauer and Amanda Atkins. They share how Slack handled their recent change of being acquired by Salesforce and how their internal communications responded. Their talent, attitude, and planning helped keep Slack employees in the loop every step of the way.
Patrick Holmes gives us his strategy and step by step process along with all his learnings from building an internal communications department from the ground up. Even if you have a large or established team, his tips are still applicable for those needing to go back and perhaps collect data on a new initiative or project you are sharing. We also discuss how to find new insights to refresh your comms blueprint as well as how to go ...
Meetings are so important and good low-hanging fruit to quickly show your value as an internal communicator. Tony Kihl, Director of Corporate Communications at the Cleveland Clinic shares his process on how he enhanced his company’s meeting structure. If you find yourself in a new role, like Tony, consider enhancing your company’s meetings. Learn how to increase productivity and time savings for your employees - 2 key factors for s...
Steve and Cindy from Crescenzo Communications empower you to keep your communications relevant and provide your employees with a greater sense of belonging like never before. We cover it all from the one thing your channel strategy is missing to the first step to listening to your audience.
Blair Bloomston, Partner and Vice President of Business Development at Game on Nation walks us through the MILE method giving us 4 secret elements that help double down on the fun while creating meaningful moments for our employees. This episode teaches listeners how to pull your employees closer to your content and virtual events by using gamification.
Our industry continues to quickly evolve and innovate to meet employees’ demand to provide a consumer grade employee experience. But how do we get there? What are the pieces to this new channel strategy puzzle that will ultimately provide employee readiness for our frontline workers? Today, Stephen Jones shares how his push/pull comms strategy took flight and how to build a technology roadmap that will take your channel strategy...
This episode taps into the insights of two internal communications experts, Jason Anthoine and Mark Mohammadpour help answer the one question that always stirs in an internal communicator’s heart, “What do our employees really want?” We are going to dive into data that may surprise you and bring you back to some good old fashioned common sense that unearths if we are connecting what is ironically a connected workforce.
Gary Ross, President of Inside Comms, shines light on a new strategic mindset that provides guardrails for your work. This episode will transform any order taker to the much needed strategic coach that your business needs. Get ready to be transformed, stay focused, build credibility, & show value all along the way.
Lisa Ramsey, Director of Corporate Communications at Health Care Service Corporation also known as Blue Cross Blue Shield, walks us through step by step on how to build your overarching strategy and plan. Learn the building blocks you need to start your foundation and become the architect of your internal comms strategic plan.
Today’s episode features Kristin Spillane and Vanessa Schroeder who provide senior communications and global employee communications at Citrix. Together with Tarek Kamil, CEO of Cerkl, we discuss how 2020 provided lighting rod moments that cracked open doorways for disruption (in a good way) in internal communications like never before.
Today we talk with Chad Littlefield, the Co-Founder and Chief Experience Officer at We and Me, Inc, an organization whose mission is to create conversations that matter. Get ready to see how Chad’s ability to create connection before content choreographed today’s show and in the end, will help you connect with your audience.
Tara Davis, Director of Internal communications for the American Psychological Association, discusses her empathy based remote work playbook. She gives us the changes she made in her messaging, channel, and remote work engagement strategy. Learn what it takes to make a psychologically healthy workplace.
This week, we talk with Michael Hughes on his four pillar communication formula to empower leadership with transparent communication for frontline workers. Tune in to learn how to craft your effective employee messages.
This week, we talk with Jessica Schaeffer, Vice President of Marketing for LaSalle Network. We'll gather ideas that, although they come from a small business, can work with any size organization. If you need some new ideas to refresh your remote work playbook, this episode is for you.
This week’s episode features three female internal comms pioneers. Jenni Field, Trudy Lewis and Advita Patel share how their friendship empowers them to take risks, start new projects, build successful businesses and share their genius along the way.
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Our DEI journey continues this week with 4 DEI leaders experts and leaders from around the world. We talk with Ann Melinger, Dorianne St Fleur, Mike Klein, and Gihan A.M. Hyde on how to navigate DEI within your company and provide a framework to help you organize your process.
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For our premiere episode, we bring in two internal communicators, Ashley Morgan and Edward Ford, to share their personal and professional change journeys. DEI is our focus this week, and we're asking the tough questions such as what you need to ask yourself before you start crafting messages around DEI, what are the 3 steps every internal communicator should taking when beginning DEI communication, and more.
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2020 has been a world-changing year. As we move into 2021, we'll tackle topics facing our listeners. Our season covers DEI, keeping a diverse and remote connected, building a technology roadmap, navigating the art and science of strategic planning, and more.
Our first episode premieres on 02/23.
We’re at our final episode for the 4th season of Internal Comms Pro: The Podcast. This week, we wrap up our conversation with Lauren Ritchie, Manager of Internal and External Communications at RACQ. Tune in as we uncover the one blindspot she found for internal communicators and how to empower your team through 2 different storytelling frameworks.
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We’re at our most vulnerable when we go to our doctors. We trust the person at the other end of that scalpel. We trust the hospital. We trust the system. Christopher Duntsch was a neurosurgeon who radiated confidence. He claimed he was the best in Dallas. If you had back pain, and had tried everything else, Dr. Duntsch could give you the spine surgery that would take your pain away. But soon his patients started to experience complications, and the system failed to protect them. Which begs the question: who - or what - is that system meant to protect? From Wondery, the network behind the hit podcast Dirty John, DR. DEATH is a story about a charming surgeon, 33 patients and a spineless system. Reported and hosted by Laura Beil.
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