The Internal Communications Podcast is everything you need to know today as a professional in IC. In each episode, your host Jonathan Davies will discuss relevant topics with professionals from all around the world.
From FinTech to the frontlines
The massive switch to home office affected frontline employees. Communicating with frontlines became more important than ever, and finding a way to do it is easier said than done.
Today Amy Jenkins from theEMPLOYEEapp and Drew Holland from GoCardless are joining our last podcast for 2020 to tell us how that went on on the two sides of the pond.
Internal Comms' key takeaways of 2020
2020’s almost over. (Phew!) This was the year of the wind of (organizational) change: Internal Comms – “the slightly unsexy, younger brother of marketing” grew up to be the wise sage on top of the mountain, whose advice was needed by everyone. Black Lives Matter influenced another movement – one of Diversity and Inclusion, and while the global pandemic was happening, people were trying to figure out if their house was a home or an office.
To reflect on those and many more events from 2020, we’re tuning in with Lindsay Kohler and Russell Norton – a dynamic duo from scarlettabbott. Russell spots trends at the workplace, while Lindsay gets to the bottom of it. It’s time to wrap up this crazy year!
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Turning leaders into communicators
Some are born leaders, and some need to be trained. We’re joined by the Doctor House of Internal Comms – though in real life we call him Jason Anthoine, the managing founder of Audacity, an American Internal Comms consultancy that’s changing the way companies look at IC in the United States. Today he’s here to share his experience in another area he’s familiar with – the role of leadership in companies through Internal Comms’ perspective. How to coach leaders and help them communicate better, and how we can finally get them on our side.
Embracing upcoming Internal Communications technology
The future is unknown, and we better be prepared for what it brings, when it brings it. Internal Communications consultant Gary Ross joins us all the way from Chicago to talk about the future of Internal Comms technology and its impact on an organization.
Aligning employees with shared mental models
Imagine: flying saucers above your head, robot dogs wreaking havoc, colorful pills instead of meals...the future is near. Things are changing, more so now than ever before. The real challenge comes in the form of adaptability. Getting your organization to be aligned towards one common goal, ready to affront change with empathy and tolerance.
Lindsay Uittenbogaard, director at Mirror Mirror, takes us through the process of shared mental models and how to address misalignment.
How to empower diversity and inclusion through Internal Comms
Managing diverse talents, driving organizational change, supporting and including communities worldwide and in the workplace - SAP SuccessFactors’ head of Global Field Communications Tyrone Webb Jr. is here today to tell us all about it!