Every Wednesday for the past eight weeks I’ve co-hosted Spin The Wheel with my friend Chuck Gose to support Comms professionals around the globe.
Our final show of season one is at 8pm BST, 3pm EST, on Wednesday 1 July and I’d love you to join us. Sign up here to be sent a reminder.
The internal communication themed gameshow was created by Chuck and SocialChorus to unite the global Comms community. It’s enabled us to support Comms pros by discussing what’s top of mind during the pandemic and answer your questions.
We’ve gone live from our respective homes in the UK and US on LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter @SocialChorus every week and welcomed Comms pros from countries including the US, Canada, UK, India, Argentina, Dubai and many more.
Thank you to everyone who has participated live or watched the replays and suggested topics for Chuck and I to add to the wheel over the past couple of months.
Missed a show?
I’ve embedded them below so you can see what we’ve discussed and they’re also on the SocialChorus YouTube channel. Topics have ranged from COVID-19 Comms (obviously!), to the role of leaders, how to get more investment in your internal communication, anonymous comments and employee generated content.
In episode four we welcomed Katrina Marshall @Kat_Isha to the show as our only live guest to date. We discussed the Black Lives Matter movement worldwide and what Communicators need to do. I learnt a lot from our conversation and it was a delight to have Kat join us for the broadcast.
I hope you can join us on Wednesday, 1 July 2020 at 8pm BST, 3pm EST. Sign up here to be sent a reminder.
Looking for a a new Comms role?
If you are on the hunt for a new Comms role, see my Jobs board for the latest vacancies.
- Deputy Director, Group Head of IC, Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
- Head of Communications and Engagement Ministry of Defence x2
- Creative Diversity Partner, BBC
- Communications Executive, British Business Bank
- Social Media Executive, British Business Bank
- Head of Communications, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
- Group Communications Director, Oxford University Press.
Thank you for stopping by
Post author: Rachel Miller
First published on the All Things IC blog 29 June 2020