In this episode we speak with Laura Colantuono who is International Internal Communications and Employer Branding Manager at Kraft Heinz. Kraft Heinz have recently communicated their purpose… ‘Let’s make life delicious’. This is supported by six new core beliefs which make up their values. In the interview, Laura explains the challenges of sharing company values with 16,000 employees from diverse backgrounds.
Craig speaks to Jen Grogono of uStudio Inc about the use of new media in comms and in particular podcasts and audio. Jen discusses the 6Ps of podcasting – people, programming, production, publishing, promotion and performance – and explains how our ‘voice’ is 500% more effective in terms of conveying meaning.
Employer branding is a topic which is highly relevant when it comes to employee engagement and employee experience. How can internal comms and employee engagement professionals innovate and support the development of a world-class employer brand? Farrah Ekeroth shares some of the great work going on in this space at EY.
Craig speaks with Paula Leach from Vantage Points about creating an organisational culture where employees thrive. In the interview, we explore two key roles for leaders - creating clarity and getting out of the way. We find out that if a leader only ever does two things, then these are the right two things. We also look at the implications of these leadership behaviours for employee engagement and internal communications professionals.
Craig Smith talks with Matthew McLean from The Podcast Host about the value of podcasting as an effective channel for internal communications. Matthew provides tips for growing and retaining an internal audience and explains what sort of metrics should be used to measure the success of your internal podcast.
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