The Future of Internal Communication
The history of human communication

The history of human communication

September 3, 2021

Welcome to Series 1, Episode 1 of the Future of Internal Communication podcast, brought to you by the Institute of Internal Communication.

 

In this inaugural episode, hosts Jen, Dom and Cat take a look at the history of human communication and reflect on its role in the advancement of humans to help them become the planet’s most dominant species. 

 

This podcast series is produced for the Institute of Internal Communication by Jess Williams and Olasubomi Tolu-Ogunpolu.

The past, present and future of the internal communication profession feat. Bill Quirke

The past, present and future of the internal communication profession feat. Bill Quirke

September 21, 2021

Welcome to Series 1, Episode 2 of the Future of Internal Communication podcast, brought to you by the Institute of Internal Communication.

 

This episode’s guest is Bill Quirke – author of the bestselling book Making the Connections: Using Internal Communication to Turn Strategy into Action. Tune in to hear how the internal communication has evolved and consider what’s next for professionals as organisations become increasingly distributed and agile.

 

This podcast series is produced for the Institute of Internal Communication by Jess Williams and Olasubomi Tolu-Ogunpolu.

The changing workplace and the future of work - the digitally enhanced workplace feat. Justine Stevenson

The changing workplace and the future of work - the digitally enhanced workplace feat. Justine Stevenson

October 4, 2021

Welcome to Series 1, Episode 3 of the Future of Internal Communication podcast, brought to you by the Institute of Internal Communication.

 

In this episode, we’re chatting with guest Justine Stevenson, whose internal communication career spans more than two decades. We take a look at how work is changing, some of the technology trends driving those changes, and we chat about how internal communication plays an increasingly critical role in keeping staff connected, focused, engaged and productive. 

 

This podcast series is produced for the Institute of Internal Communication by Jess Williams and Olasubomi Tolu-Ogunpolu.

The post- pandemic workforce & what this means for internal communication feat. Alyson Davis

The post- pandemic workforce & what this means for internal communication feat. Alyson Davis

October 18, 2021

Welcome to Series 2, Episode 1 of the Future of Internal Communication podcast, brought to you by the Institute of Internal Communication.

 

Our guest this week is Alyson Davis, a seasoned internal communication practitioner and associate of the IoIC. In this conversation, Jen, Alyson, Dom and Cat explore the impact of the pandemic both on organisations and on the internal communication profession. Alyson shares her thoughts on career futureproofing and leveraging the opportunities that this period of transformation offers. 

 

This podcast series is produced for the Institute of Internal Communication by Jess Williams and Olasubomi Tolu-Ogunpolu.

Communication and Continuous Change feat. Ranjit Sidhu

Communication and Continuous Change feat. Ranjit Sidhu

November 1, 2021

Welcome to Series 2, Episode 2 of the Future of Internal Communication podcast, brought to you by the Institute of Internal Communication.

 

This week, we’re in conversation with change expert Ranjit Sidhu. An accomplished change practitioner, Ranjit focuses on the human side of change, prioritising effective communication as intrinsic to how we successfully change routines, habits and behaviours. 

 

This episode explores continuous change at work, and the new opportunity for internal communicators to immerse themselves in transformation programmes, to enable longer-term culture change. 

 

This podcast series is produced for the Institute of Internal Communication by Jess Williams and Olasubomi Tolu-Ogunpolu.

The changing face of leadership & critical role of leadership communication feat. Damian Corbet

The changing face of leadership & critical role of leadership communication feat. Damian Corbet

November 15, 2021

Welcome to Series 2, Episode 3 of the Future of Internal Communication podcast, brought to you by the Institute of Internal Communication.

 

This episode, Jen, Cat and Dom chat with social media strategist Damian Corbet to understand the opportunity that social media presents for effective leadership communication.

 

With so many of us now using multiple social channels to access information and knowledge, social media is fast becoming a ‘go-to’ tool for forward-thinking leaders looking to build community and rapport and to better understand their markets. 

 

This podcast series is produced for the Institute of Internal Communication by Jess Williams and Olasubomi Tolu-Ogunpolu.

Critical internal feedback loops – listening & dialogue feat. Deborah Hulme

Critical internal feedback loops – listening & dialogue feat. Deborah Hulme

November 29, 2021

Welcome to Series 2, Episode 4 of the Future of Internal Communication podcast, brought to you by the Institute of Internal Communication.

 

The ability to listen well is increasingly considered a key skill in the future of work. Our ability to innovate, evolve, adapt and support our colleagues for enhanced workplace wellbeing depends upon on it. 

 

This episode we’re all gripped by the advice and insights of our special guest, Deborah Hulme. An expert in internal communication and engagement, Deborah blends practical lived experience with the latest developments in neuroscience to provide compelling nuggets of wisdom. Check out why listening is such a 21st century superpower! 

 

This podcast series is produced for the Institute of Internal Communication by Jess Williams and Olasubomi Tolu-Ogunpolu.

The role of business, organisations and employers in society feat. Cathy Brown

The role of business, organisations and employers in society feat. Cathy Brown

December 5, 2021

Welcome to Series 2, Episode 5 of the Future of Internal Communication podcast, brought to you by the Institute of Internal Communication.

 

This week we’re talking with guest Cathy Brown about the role employers play in society and what constitutes ‘good work’. 

 

With so much of life and society up in the air in the 2020s, it’s never been more important to dissect why we work and what we get from it – in addition to a pay packet, of course! 

 

This podcast series is produced for the Institute of Internal Communication by Jess Williams and Olasubomi Tolu-Ogunpolu.

Knowledge exchange and continuous learning in the age of agile working feat. Paul Jocelyn

Knowledge exchange and continuous learning in the age of agile working feat. Paul Jocelyn

December 8, 2021

Welcome to Series 2, Episode 6 of the Future of Internal Communication podcast, brought to you by the Institute of Internal Communication.

 

In this final episode of Series 2, we’re chatting with special guest Paul Jocelyn about the vital role communication plays in organisational learning, development and evolution. With so much change all around, we all need to adapt how we work, and indeed the work itself. 

 

Paul presents some compelling ideas for how we learn, and how every organisation needs to become a ‘learning organisation’, fuelled of course by outstanding internal communication.

 

This podcast series is produced for the Institute of Internal Communication by Jess Williams and Olasubomi Tolu-Ogunpolu.

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