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Mastering internal communications is tough. Coming up with ideas, measuring success and keeping your employees (and your boss!) happy can be hard to navigate. But along the way, I've picked up a thing or two that I hope can be helpful in your own journey. 

Each month, I'll share some of my top tips and comms tricks on CatComms TV. (Here's the first one, in case you missed it.) I'm eager to hear what you think of this new format, so let the team know how you're feeling on Twitter (@RewardGateway) or on Facebook. I'm looking forward to seeing you back here each month! 

This month, I've got a five-minute look inside how we started our own internal communications TV show, and how we've since revolutionized it from Global Briefing to Boom!Bite to increase engagement, participation and excitement among our people. Let's explore what that means, and how you can replicate it (yes, even without a video crew!). 

How (and why) we revolutionised our internal communications channel: 

 

 

 

I'm looking forward to next month, but in the meantime, here are a few more tricks and tips on video and technology to bring to your employee communications strategy: 

How I launched an entire employee benefits campaign while I was 6,000 miles away

Six ideas to bring fireworks to your internal communications platform

The evolution of boom! for RG People (our internal communications platform) 

Author

Catrin Lewis

Catrin Lewis
Reward Gateway

As Head of Global Engagement and Internal Communications, Catrin's main focus is to make Reward Gateway a better place to work. Using the Engagement Bridge™ model, she drives our mission, purpose and values while adding sparkle and creativity to our internal communications.

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