Oprah, Steve Jobs, Andrew Denton, Anh Do. Masters of communication. The rest of us mostly fumble our way through.
Commical examines this funny little thing called communication that can tear us down or make us soar. Join communication expert and amateur comedian Marie El Daghl to listen, learn and laugh through the experiences of her talented guests.
Kris Grant, CEO of ASPL Group, talks breaking bad news, well.
Bad news is well, bad. But there’s nothing worse than breaking bad news, badly. In the workplace, performance management discussions and redundancies are common occurrences. When approached without the right care and planning, they can have severe implications on the company and individuals.
In this episode of Commical, we’re joined by Kris Grant, CEO of ASPL Group. She provides invaluable knowledge and proven strategies on breaking bad news in the best way possible.
Jason Pollard, Co-Founder and Director of Retail Strategy at Public Design Group talks retail service design.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, the communication capabilities of an entire space can only be imagined! Retail design is a real game-changer for businesses, and can have a profound impact on customers, sales, staff and community.
In this episode of Commical, Marie is joined by Jason Pollard, Co-founder and Director of Retail Strategy at Public Design Group. He delves into how purpose led design in retail and office environments can elevate your business and relationships.
Rhys Paddick, Aboriginal Educator, talks Acknowledgement of Country and how to get it right.
Acknowledgment of Country; we’ve heard these hundreds of times. But how many of us know why it’s important and how to get it right?
Marie El Daghl speaks with Rhys Paddick, an Aboriginal Educator with a fresh perspective on how we can use Acknowledgment of Country to authentically express our respect for our First Nations People.
You can also check out Marie’s attempt at writing a personal Acknowledgment of Country and see Rhys’ feedback at traininggeorge.com/acknowledgement-of-country-exam
Taryn Williams, CEO, The Right Fit talks finding talent and the importance of diversity in marketing.
Whether you’re looking for a photographer to take the perfect shot, or an influencer to reach the masses – finding the right talent is not easy. Host Marie El Daghl speaks with Taryn Williams about visual storytelling, finding the best creatives, and the importance of inclusivity.
Taryn Williams is the founder and CEO of theright.fit – an online marketplace helping professionals find the right talent for advertising and marketing.
Adrienne Meakin, MD, LOTE Agency talks multicultural communication and why it should be a given not an afterthought
Marie El Daghl speaks with Adrienne Meakin, a respected leader and multicultural comms expert from LOTE Agency.
Adrienne lays bare the reasons why multicultural comms is important and starts with two facts. 1. Australia’s population has recently hit 25M; and 2. About 1 in 4 Australian residents were born overseas, a big proportion from non-English speaking backgrounds.
We discuss campaigns that have tapped into different ethnic groups and why it is good for business and society in general.
Associate Professor Karl Treacher, CEO, The Brand Institute talks Brand, Culture & Reputation.
Brand, reputation and culture are linked, and critical to business be it large or small. Karl Treacher is the CEO at The Brand Institute and an adjunct associate professor at Griffith Business School. His research has led to 60 published articles along with speaking engagements at TEDx and The Committee for Economic Development in Australia (CEDA). On this episode, he shares insights that every business can benefit from.
Visit www.brandinstitute.com.au or catch Karl on his podcast Tuesday@10.
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I really enjoyed the first podcast. It was interesting and really easy to listen to.