An internal communications podcast through Podbean mean that the most up-to-date info is in the palm of your workforce’s hands at all times. Not only is it a time-saving way to provide corporate training materials and internal communication, it remains accessible in ways that phone calls and emails might not be. Your information can be paused and replayed, and works as a resource your team can turn to whenever they need help, have questions, or need to refresh their memory on company data.
Information moves quicker than ever, and so does your workforce. More and more people are working remotely, or traveling city to city and state to state for conferences and conventions – which means they can’t just jog over to the boss’s office and ask a question. While phone calls and emails can get the job done, it’s time-consuming to make call after call or CC everyone in an email.
What if there was a way to keep your team informed while cutting down on time spent on phone calls and emails? What if there was a way to lead your team, no matter how far away they were?
Internal communications podcasts also allow you to know who’s listening to your corporate training materials. The analytical tools show you who’s playing what episode and if they pause, replay, or skip any parts of the podcast. Making sure your team is trained and knowledgeable is one of your top priorities. Now you can pinpoint what skills a team member might have an opportunity to develop, or if they’re receiving the training they’re supposed to be getting.
Security is another one of your top priorities. From the Single Sign-On (SSO) service that allows your team to sign in with the secure login they already use to private podcasts protected with encryption software, you get to decide who has access to your internal communications and corporate training materials. Add and sort employees as your company grows to make sure they get access to the correct internal communication podcast.
From marketing to sales to accounting to administration, you’ve got a lot of information to share across your company. Using the Groups feature, sort your information, training, and other internal communication with different podcast channels. Set group access to just one or two channels, or to every channel, to ensure that everyone is getting the proper, laser-targeted training they need.
Information is always moving, always changing. By using podcasts for internal communication, not only can you keep up, you can make sure your team can, too.
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