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MedNet21 is an on-line CME Webcast produced by the Center for Continuing Medical Education at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Our focus is to address professional practice gaps and issues important to primary care physicians. This is a free "podcast version" of our webcast produced through our MedNet21 CME series. Each year we provide 40 weekly CME webcasts for our 10 month season, and programs are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from anywhere in the world. You can ...
 
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Shaw Industries has been a customer of SocialChorus for several years. But that doesn't mean they are done. Listen to Curtis Callaway, communications director, talk about all of the work they've put in to increase adoption amongst their most critical employee groups. And the effort paid off with the importance of communicating during the pandemic.…
 
Every company has had challenges during the pandemic, but they are rarely the same. With UNFI, they’ve never been busier but still need to keep employees safe. Hear Mike Wilken, director of external communication & PR, share how they managed communication during multiple crises - including being in the city coping with George Floyd 's murder. Mike …
 
Are you giving employees what they want? Are you asking them what they need. For Brittany Barhite, communications leader at Owens Corning, and the comms team there learned that their internal comms platform, which was originally intended for news and information, was being used to create a sense of community by Owens Corning employees. Hear Brittan…
 
Launching a brand new internal comms platform is a lot of work, but work worth doing. But imagine launching one during a pandemic. . . in healthcare. That's what Lori Stewart and the communications team at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center faced this past Spring with the launch of HealthBeat Hub.…
 
My father was a school administrator for many years and I heard his enthusiasm for schools throughout my childhood. So I was intrigued by the title of Doris Caceres-Schumick’s book Public School Teaching Sucks, Period.: A Memoir of a Special Education/ESL Teacher . She’ll be an author with the virtual 2020 Ohioana Book Festival on August 28-30, but…
 
Ohioana 2020 author Jodi Andes has worked at the Columbus Dispatch and was a senior investigator at The Ohio Attorney General’s office, where she conducted an inquiry into the con artist Bobby Thompson, the subject of her book, Master of Deceit. Listen in to hear why this conman was able to get access to the top American politicians of the time, li…
 
Kiya Renea Currently a doctoral candidate at Xavier University, 2020 Ohioana Book Festival author Kiya Renae has written three books: Through Her Own Eyes: This is Only the Beginning; It’s Ok to Be Broken: Highs, Lows, and Happy Mediums; and an as-yet untitled third book. Listen in to hear Ms. Renea share some of her writing and her story ahead of …
 
Rita Zonius is the director of The Enterprise Social Engineer and former head of internal digital communications for ANZ. Based in Melbourne, Australia, she joined the podcast to talk about the five steps leaders can take as we reset and think about performance differently during the current health crisis and (just as important) after it subsides. …
 
Along with her four sisters, Columbus, Ohio, resident Gabrielle C. Burton make up Five Sisters productions. Their recent YouTube release Old Guy features their late father Roger Burton as a man re-entering the acting field after having been away from it since the 1950s. His agent is played by Fraiser’s Peri Gilpin. Listen in to find out about The L…
 
For the past few months, I've been doing a live show with Rachel Miller from All Things IC called "Spin The Wheel." And we've been spinning the wheel on internal comms every week. Episode 7 was focused on building an investment in internal comms. I thought podcast listeners would enjoy the conversation. If you'd like to watch this episode or any of…
 
I first met Kristin Graham at Amazon's first-ever summit of their own internal communicators. I sat in on her session last February and knew I wanted to get her on the podcast. Then the pandemic hit but we did finally get it recorded. This is a different episode because we though it would be fun to go live for the interview. You can find the origin…
 
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Connie Schultz published her first book Life Happens: And Other Unavoidable Truths, a collection of her columns for The Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper in 2006. She followed this in 2007 with a book about accompanying her husband Sherrod Brown on his senate campaign, … and His Lovely Wife: A Memoir from the Woman …
 
So much can change in six months. When Chris Berger first appeared on the podcast, coronavirus wasn't even a whisper. Listen to this episode and hear Chris talk about how COVID-19 presented the greatest comms challenge of his career. And how they handled corporate messaging when news and advice was changing all the time across state lines. And Chri…
 
This is a difficult time for many. But even that even come close to the challenges that people are facing during the pandemic. For some, there are new challenges. For others, these challenges are simply exacerbated. I invited Dr. Leeno Karumanchery on to try and help make sense of all of it for us. He's the Chief Diversity Officer at MESH/Diversity…
 
In the pandemic, the world is recognizing and celebrating the dedication and sacrifices of those medical professionals on the frontline. And while they might not be treating patients, healthcare communications pros like Paul Baltes are also going above and beyond. As the director of communications for Nebraska Medicine, listen to Paul share how the…
 
Imagine around the same time a brand new company has formed (out of an old company) and then a pandemic hits. That's what Susan Cleveland and the team at Trane Technologies spent their March doing. Listen to their experiences of communicating during the health crisis and how a brand new internal comms platform - ClimateZone - became an invaluable r…
 
I don’t normally post the transcript of my interviews, but this episode makes sense to have it available. Doug Dangler From a secret location in room 100 of 540 jack Gibbs Boulevard, this is Craft. I’m your host Doug Dangler. Dr. Iahn Gonsenhauser, chief quality and patient safety officer for the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, has been dealing e…
 
During the COVID-19 crisis, we know that employees want to hear from the experts over anyone else, including doctors. That's why I invited my friend Dr. Randy Sharma, aka The Rock Doc, to share what he's experiencing on the front lines of the pandemic, as well as advice for those feeling isolated during this strange time.…
 
Just this week, Edelman released its Trust Barometer Special related to COVID-19 and it's both important and inspiring for communicators to listen to. Joining the podcast is Tamara Rodman, Executive Vice President of their Employee Experience practice. We discuss the 8 key findings from the report that impact communicators. You can get the full rep…
 
Southern Company Gas wanted to stand out in their industry and upgrade and update the employee experience. To deepen the connection between the employees and the business, the company launched FUEL - their workforce communication platform. Listen to J.P. Salman, director of internal communications and creative services, talk about the early success…
 
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