EE Voice

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The Sharons -- Sharon McIntosh and Sharon Phillips -- explore the internal communication implications and effects on employee engagement.

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Exploring the world of employee engagement through the lens of internal communications with Sharon McIntosh and Sharon Phillips
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-11-06 01:56
last episode published
2019-11-02 20:24
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41.12 days
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Number of Episodes
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
2.11.2019

Episode #38: The future of employee advocacy (with Glenn Gaudet)

“What you’re trying to do is not just have employees be an amplification for the company. You’re trying to help them engage with people digitally. And you’re trying to create an engagement – so they can create a relationship.” – Glenn Gaudet After a l...
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14.07.2019

Episode #37: Employee activism: A new labor movement on the rise?

In our April 2018 EE Voice podcast, Sharon and I asked our listeners: Are you ready for the employee activist? Because if you weren’t prepared last year, you better brace yourself for what’s coming. In the last year, we’ve seen #GoogleWalkout,  #Wayfai...
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1.06.2019

EPISODE #36: CEO ACTIVISM AND THE ACTIVE ROLE OF COMMUNICATORS

In today’s highly charged sociopolitical environment, corporate leaders can feel the impulse to take a stand just like any of us. They’re only human, after all. As communicators, it’s our job to help them understand when and how to speak out on issues ...
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17.04.2019

Episode #35: Hey, Internal Comms: Marketing needs you

Douglas Spencer knows brand strategy. The former VP Global Brand Management for Thomson Reuters and founder of Boston-based consultancy Spencer Brenneman has spent two decades traversing the globe to work with brands in every sector from financial serv...
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11.03.2019

Episode #34: 2019 EDELMAN TRUST BAROMETER: WHY THE EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE CONTRACT MATTERS MORE THAN EVER

Since 2000, the Edelman Trust Barometer® has measured attitudes about the state of trust and credibility in business, government, NGOs and the media worldwide. The annual Edelman survey’s results often confirm, sometimes surprise and always motivate us...
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31.01.2019

Episode #33: SHEL HOLTZ ON THE SEVEN KEY FORCES SHAPING INTERNAL COMMS

Shel Holtz knows internal communications, and he knows where it’s headed. A 40-year industry veteran, communications director for Allergan and Mattel, consultant, speaker, blogger, author, fellow of three of the world’s most prominent communications in...
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15.12.2018

Episode #32: STORYTELLING: A CONVERSATION WITH ERIC SCHNURE, FORMER WHITE HOUSE SPEECHWRITER

Eric Schnure is the consummate storyteller. A former White House speechwriter for Vice President Al Gore with 20 years of experience counseling executives on messaging, Eric knows how to tell a great story. He also knows what makes storytelling such a ...
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14.11.2018

Episode #31: Helping leaders connect (via video) in an impossibly connected world

What’s a leader to do in the age of distraction? How does the C-suite stay connected when they’re competing with Twitter for their team’s attention? How do leaders provide authenticity, transparency and directness that employees crave? One word: video....
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11.10.2018

Keeping calm in the storm: Employee comms during natural disasters

Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes and other natural disasters can wreak havoc on business. They can keep employees out of work, customers and clients in the dark and offices closed for days on end. That’s why it’s so important to have a solid crisis resp...
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27.07.2018

How to complete a global internal audit in 60 days

Picture this: You work for a US-based Fortune 100 corporation with more employees than the population of Buffalo, N.Y. You’re responsible for communications to hundreds of thousands of employees across the US, Canada, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Middl...
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6.06.2018

Episode #28: Taking the Crisis out of Crisis Communications

In this era of hyper-alertness about everything from data security to natural disasters, it’s no longer a question of whether you need to develop a crisis communication plan. It’s how to develop one that works. As an employee communication professional...
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6.05.2018

Episode #27: 9 Steps to Coty’s Effective Intranet Strategy: A Beautiful Thing

Change is a given in our global corporate marketplace. As internal communications leaders, it’s our job to keep employees informed and engaged amid a constant state of organizational change. But how do you do that when you’re up against outdated intern...
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25.04.2018

Episode #26: Are You Ready for the Employee Activist?

Here’s a new topic that Sharon Phillips and I have been exploring: employee activists. In this podcast, we defined employee activists as those who vigorously advocate for their companies and leadership to support or oppose a cause or issue. After learn...
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26.03.2018

EPISODE #25: BRING ON THE STRATEGY

It’s spring, and the Sharons are finally on the same continent. Fresh from a month in Southeast Asia, my co-host Sharon Phillips was struck by the warmth and grace of the people she met in Thailand and Cambodia. Their ability to slow down and thoughtfu...
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24.01.2018

Episode #24: Three Trends to Watch (or watch out for) in 2018

Talk about pressure. Our guest this month, Jeff Herrington, has written two murder mystery books, conducted countless writing workshops and served as a consultant for 20+ years to companies worldwide. Plus, he’s a good friend. So I wanted to get this p...
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22.12.2017

Episode #23: The best of EE Voice: Looking back (and ahead) on our top six IC tips

Our listener and friend Laura Field had a terrific suggestion: Pull our top guest tips into one podcast. So here it is. It was tough choosing since Sharon and I had so many edifying interviews over our past 22 episodes. But looking back, these were our...
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12.11.2017

Episode #22 – Should We Stop Measuring Internal Comms? – With Bloomberg’s Ethan McCarty

Ethan McCarty can freak you out, particularly if you’re an internal communications professional. For example, he recently wrote a blog entitled, “Don’t Measure Internal Communications.” Wait … what? And when I heard him speak at a Poppulo conference la...
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19.09.2017

Episode #21 – Your change management playbook – with DuPont’s Mark Dollins

If you work in employee communications, chances are you’re experiencing and communicating change in your organization. Want a master playbook on change management – in less than 30 minutes of your time? Well, here it is. This month, we are delighted to...
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18.07.2017

Episode 20: Taking the Mystery Out of Digital Measurement

Hard to believe, but we made it to podcast #20! (Sharon and I want to thank all of our listeners for sticking with us this far.) In this episode, we talk to David Cronin, chief technology officer of DevFacto, about how we can better measure our digital...
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1.07.2017

Episode #19: How Flagler College uses internal social media

This month, we handed the podcast reins over to Selbe Dittman, And Then Communications summer intern. Selbe talks to Professor Holly Hill about internal social media and aspects within it. Holly is the director of Web and New Media Services as well as ...
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21.05.2017

Episode #18: How to lead internally in a crisis – with Andy Gilman

Lessons we can learn from United, J&J, Steve Harvey (and others) Andy Gilman has had a busy spring. He has been a frequently-quoted source by journalists covering the recent crises, including United, Uber, the Oscars and American Airlines, and most...
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24.04.2017

Episode #17: Chatbots will change employee communications. Are you ready?

“Mark my words,” Shel Holtz said in a 2016 blog, “Bots are coming to the workplace, to media relations, to public relations. They are coming just as surely as the web was going to completely disrupt the way communications was done a quarter century ago...
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15.03.2017

Episode #16: The Changing Role of the Internal Communicator

Nearly every organization is currently undergoing some type of transformation. But are internal communicators changing as well? In this episode, we discuss the evolving role of internal communicators – and what training and focus areas they should be d...
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19.02.2017

Episode #15: How employees can lead change from inside your organization

In our 15th podcast, we were delighted to welcome Victoria Lewis-Stephens and Alys O’Neill of Instinctif Partners, an international business communications consultancy that specializes in reputation, influence and engagement.  The topic: How to lead ch...
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2.02.2017

Episode #14: Survival tips for communicators during mergers and acquisitions

Welcome to our first podcast for 2017. In this episode, we welcome back Tamara Snyder, leader of Edelman’s Chicago Employee Engagement team, to chat with us about mergers and acquisitions (M&A), an area that has seen increased activity over the las...
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7.12.2016

Episode #13: Five tips to improve your end-of-year CEO letter

Welcome to our special holiday episode, where Sharon and I offer five fast tips to improve your CEO’s end-of-year letter for 2016. We reference a blog I wrote on this topic a couple of years ago, but many of the same recommendations still apply.Continu...
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15.11.2016

Episode #12: How are you engaging your company's millennials?

Welcome to episode 12, where we discuss how to engage your millennial workforce. Sharon and I interview Adam “Smiley” Poswolsky, a millennial workplace expert, internationally renowned keynote speaker, and bestselling author of The Quarter-Life Breakth...
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23.10.2016

Episode #11: Is it time for you to speak up?

Welcome to episode 11, where we are delighted to interview Stephanie Bickel from Speak by Design, a team of executive coaches and trainers who are committed to helping clients elevate their impact and increase their influence through better communicati...
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7.09.2016

Episode #10: The yin and yang of employee town halls

Whether you love them or hate them, for most internal communicators employee town halls are an expected part of the job. In this month's podcast, we share our town hall war stories (the good and the bad) and what energizes us most as we prepare for the...
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