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Engaging Internal Comms

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Do you work in and Employee Engagement, Internal Communications or a related area? Do you want to keep up to date with new ideas and innovations related to Employee Engagement and Internal Communications? Do you enjoy hearing from peers and fellow professionals about the work they are doing to engage and communicate with their people? Do you like to get inspiration from thought-leaders who are challenging the way we traditionally look at IC and EE?

Engaging Internal Comms is a weekly (eventually moving to fortnightly) podcast where we will be talking to industry experts who are bringing new and innovative ideas to the Employee Engagement and Internal Communications profession.

Building a dedicated IC Team | S3 E7

Building a dedicated IC Team | S3 E7

What are some of the things that you need to be really mindful of when you're growing an internal communications team now? In particular, when you're working in a global organisation with thousands of employees, that's even more challenging where you've got multiple channels, multiple audiences, multiple requirements in your stakeholders.
Facilitating change through effective communication | S3 E6

Facilitating change through effective communication | S3 E6

So in this interview, we explore that dilemma, how do we communicate change effectively to our employees using technology or using the modern tools that we have at our disposal? It's also important to remember that there are some fundamental things that we need to be aware of as communicators, we need to be acting as trusted advisers, experts within our organisation.
Hopeful internal communications | S3 E5

Hopeful internal communications | S3 E5

Hope is a powerful motivator and something that many organisations have been starved of since the pandemic began. Richard Nugent, Founder of TwentyOne Leadership, explains to the Engaging Internal Comms Podcast why communicators need to start bringing hope back and how they can go about doing this.
Helping leaders to walk the talk | S3 E4

Helping leaders to walk the talk | S3 E4

A lack of leadership buy-in is an issue that often hinders organisational change but is one that Dean Batson, an educator of communications in colleges across Arizona, knows can be overcome. He explains to the Engaging Internal Comms Podcast the effects of authentic leadership and why it is crucial they are connected to any large-scale change effort.
The importance of language in change comms | S3 E3

The importance of language in change comms | S3 E3

Understanding the psychology behind the most effective ways to communicate with employees can make the difference in any change effort. Founder of The MindTime Foundation, John Furey, is an expert in this area and he tells the Engaging Internal Comms Podcast the benefits of understanding employee thinking and how to tailor your communications around this.

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