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Over the years, podcasts have become an increasingly popular medium for information transfer. They are convenient, timely, with suitable length for commuting, and usually free. They can help you fetch the latest news from all business disciplines, with accounting, economics and finance being some of them. Also, thanks to podcasts, you can keep yourself updated with the latest financial news, stock market prices and much more, on your way to work or at home. If you have the money, but you feel uncertain about what to invest in, you can find many highly rated podcasts where experts share a myriad of investment ideas. In addition, you can listen to experts, invited to guide future entrepreneurs about how to recognize investment opportunities, patent an idea, and on some occasions you can get in touch with them and pose your own questions, should you have one. If you are eager to learn, you can find many business courses, hosted by entrepreneurs, aimed at helping people become effective managers and leaders and realise their truest potential.
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Setting a standard of excellence since 1970, the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is a vibrant global membership association with a network of 10,000 members in more than 80 countries, representing many of the Global Fortune 500 companies. A broadly diverse community of communication professionals, IABC connects members to ideas, job opportunities, and people, through professional learning and a generous culture of sharing. We believe that in today’s world, communic ...
 
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We're rebooting our podcast series for this year. And we're starting with Tim Salau. Tim, nicknamed Mr. Future of Work, is the CEO & Founder of Guide, a social e-learning app helping high school students learn essential life skills from their favorite creators, he's worked with top Fortune 500 & hypergrowth companies: Google, Microsoft, Facebook, a…
 
One of the most sought out experts in the area of leadership communications, Bob Pickard is often seen on Bloomberg and other media outlets sharing his views on the concept of "social leaders", executives who use social media to effective engage with employees and consumers. He joins the IABC EMENA podcast to talk about why we need to help our exec…
 
We speak to arguably IABC EMENA's most famous member Michael Ambjorn, who explains why service on a board is the best way to both give back to the industry and also to grow as a communications professional. For more information about IABC EMENA and details on how you can stand for board nominations, go to https://iabcemena.com/blog/2019/04/27/do-yo…
 
One of our EMENAComm keynote speakers was Joss Mathieson, the founder and director of Change Oasis. Joss spoke eloquently about his experiences heading up internal communications at companies such as GlaxoSmithKline. He joins us on the podcast to talk about managing change, how technology can help, and why internal communicators should be the "Rock…
 
Communication has always been a creative from of bringing thoughts, new ideas and concepts to life. Industries are changing very fast and this requires a strong alignment. How can you become the game changer with your communication expertise? Maysoun Ramadan will be joining us at EMENAComm to talk value. She shares insights on the podcast today as …
 
Let’s bring the world of sustainability and NGOs to communicators. It is more than just reports or CSR, it is transforming the way we do business. At EMENAComm Casilda Malagon will talk about why sustainability matters to communicators. She joins us on the podcast to discuss why sustainability should matter to us all.…
 
How many of us communicators are digitally savvy? Can you tell a Google analytics page from a MailChimp EDM? How can we do more to understand digital marketing? IABC EMENA board member Jasna Suhadolc will be joining us at EMENAComm to talk the audience through how they can deliver a best-in-class digital marketing strategy. Today she joins us on th…
 
For brands that are willing to listen on social media, there’s a lot to discover about one’s target audience. Communicators often forget that social media is more than an engagement & content-sharing platform, but also a comprehensive research tool that gives brands a direct look into the thoughts of their target audience.So how can brands rethink …
 
Globalisation and the ubiquity of social media have impacted how we practice communications; we’ve moved from being transactional to collaborative, both internally and externally. How did that happen,what are the influences, and what do these trends mean for communicators? Muriel Pineau joins us on the podcast today to share insights from her prese…
 
Communication lies at the heart of leadership, and yet leaders are often ill-prepared for the specific communication challenges change presents, and often under-served by the communication professionals who support them. At EMENAComm, Colin Hatfield will reveal a few of the tools and techniques he has developed that strategic advisers can deploy wi…
 
In today’s world, organisations and companies must build an authentic and two-way relationship with their clients, customers and wider stakeholders. One increasingly popular way to achieve this is through brand journalism, by telling journalism-style stories about a company that make readers want to know more, stories that don’t read like marketing…
 
We all understand the importance of reputation, but how much do we know about what shapes reputation? Matthew Painter UK Managing Director – Corporate Reputation at Ipsos MORI, will be joining us at EMENAComm to explore how communications leaders across the world are responding to shifting demands from consumers, policy-makers and the media – drawi…
 
A pioneer in the CSR space across EMENA, Monaem Ben Lellahom will be joining us at EMENAComm. Today he talks us through why corporate social responsibility matters, both as an opportunity as well as a risk to organizational reputations. He'll be sharing unique insights at EMENAComm on pioneering research into sustainability and CSR trends across th…
 
Research shows that only 4% of people meet their goals each year. Part of the issue may be that using an old, traditional approach to goal-setting often leads to mounting frustration and undue stress.Jan Spence will be joining us at EMENAComm to share a fresh, innovative perspective on how to develop a game plan and maintain momentum to achieve the…
 
We're in for a treat at EMENAComm. IABC’s past global chair and the CEO of the Centre for Strategic Communication Excellence, Adrian Cropley will be sharing his insights on how Artificial Intelligence will change the communications function, and what we need to do to prepare for this change. Today he joins us on the podcast to give us a glimpse int…
 
Metaphors are an incredibly powerful tool for communicating, especially when talking about change. IABC’s past APAC Chair Dr Rajeev Kumar will being joining us at EMENAComm to share his expertise in how figures of speech can be used to promote change and engagement internally. He joins us to share a teaser into his talk, and discusses what we can a…
 
The many competing demands for our attention can feel like a wall of noise, making it hard to pick out the really important messages that we need to hear. For example, research shows that Google is a more credible source of information than CEOs and, with trust in society at a low point, leaders are struggling to be heard. So how do both leaders an…
 
It's no secret that we're incredibly excited to welcome Cameron Craig to EMENAComm. Cameron worked at Apple during its turnaround, and he will share how communication played a pivotal role in the period from Steve Jobs return as CEO to the launch of the iPhone. Over this period, Apple would prove the cynics wrong and dazzle the world with its groun…
 
Who doesn't love a crisis? One of our speakers at EMENAComm, Daniel Schraibman, certainly does! Based on his own experiences, including the oil and gas sector, Daniel Schraibman will talk attendees through how can you prepare for, respond to and learn lessons from a crisis in Bahrain this February. Daniel joins us on the podcast to discuss modern-d…
 
Diversity, inclusion and representation are issues that we often talk about, but which are practiced less often. What are the benefits to applying a culturally diverse lens to your communication strategy, and how can you harness diversity within your organisation to leverage social change? Tasneem Chopra, one of Australia's leading consultants on t…
 
Emotions are at the heart of communications, and yet how can be better understand the feelings that drive how and why we communicate. As a taster to their EMENAComm plenary session, Ogilvy’s Joe Lipscombe and Nick Driver share their insights into the history of emotion and empathy that will help us develop a better understanding of how to connect w…
 
Communication is an essential part of leadership. And yet few organizational leaders are natural communicators. Effective communication leads to successful leadership, and successful leadership leads to sustainable changes. In this podcast, Turkey's leading communications trainer, Dr Sedef Kaba? talks about how we can help our leaders become more e…
 
Listening is one of the most important skills a communicator possesses. And yet, as a skill, it’s rarely talked about. Dr Kevin Ruck, Michael Pounsford and Howard Krais will be leading a special workshop at EMENAComm which is designed to help attendees improve their listening skills. Take a couple of minutes to listen to them talk about why listeni…
 
With expertise that spans industries and geographies, few people understand corporate reputation as well as Aimee DuBrule. She'll be coming to EMENAComm to talk about the shifting role of communicators, from ‘spin doctor’ to ‘corporate conscience’; what it takes to truly live purpose in an organization, from the inside out; and how to lead this tra…
 
Who loves planning? Who has the time to plan? One person who'd say yes to both of these questions is Dan Penton, the co-founder of ICPlan and a communicator who is committed to promoting the benefits of planning. Daniel will be leading a skills session at EMENAComm, and he joins us on the podcast to talk about how and why we should focus more on pl…
 
Saying no can sometimes be the hardest thing to do, especially in certain markets and culture. One of the Gulf's rising communicators and an EMENAComm plenary speaker, Hanisha Lalwani talks to us about the importance of pushing back and saying no. She's also promised to run a session at EMENAComm on how to say no. Listen to her insights, and join h…
 
Technology is transforming our lives, and how we communicate. But with there being so many solutions and different innovations, where should communicators begin to look for the right tech that will improve their abilities and outcomes? EMENAComm speaker Fady Ramzy talks us through his suggestions, and shares insights into what he will be talking ab…
 
At EMENAComm, we'll be encouraging our attendees to think differently about communications. Georgia Halston, the Founder and Director of digital marketing agency Halston Marketing, will be talking about why communicators need to embrace online marketing if they want to transform their internal communications. Listen to the podcast, and meet Georgia…
 
On today's podcast we speak to EMENAComm speaker Brad Jennings on why we need to put people and their stories at the heart of communications. Brad is the producer and host of People Change Things, a podcast platform that shares stories about people who are doing something to build a better world. Brad also shares his view on how we need to change o…
 
We're going to be joined at EMENAComm by Kate McNamara, IABC APAC Board member and one of Australia's leading communicators. Kate will be talking about how we can build a team of leadership communicators, and the steps you can take to transform your leaders' and your company's communications. Kate talked us through what to expect in Bahrain this Fe…
 
Many of us work across culturally diverse geographies and organizations. And yet, we rarely discuss how to avoid culture clashes when it comes to engaging with our culturally-diverse groups. Mark Hannant, the managing director of Mumbai-based agency Magenta, will be joining us at EMENAComm to share his experiences in communicating with different cu…
 
Do your executives fear the stage? Are they averse to public speaking? Former BBC journalist and media trainer to business leaders, Jon Hammond will be speaking on how you can improve your executive's on-stage presence at EMENAComm. He shares with us a taster of his session on today's podcast. Join him and hundreds of communicators at EMENAComm thi…
 
One of our keynote speakers is an IABC favorite. Klavs Valskov is a former IABC EMENA Chair. He will be joining us all in Bahrain to talk at EMENAComm about how he led the GE Oil & Gas Baker Hughes merger through a transformational shift, both internally and externally. The aim was to win the support of both employees and customers, as the company …
 
We are starting our EMENAComm podcast series, dedicated to telling the stories behind our speakers and their topics. We're beginning with internal communications specialist Sean Trainor, who is speaking about purpose and passions. Sean explains how he entered the industry, how IC can be promoted in the Middle East, and why purpose and passions are …
 
This week we're joined by everyone's favorite IABCer, Michael Nord, to talk about why he decided to get certified. Michael explains why certification matters to all of us, both for development as well as for raising standards. And Michael talks us through his own personal experience. We will be holding certification exams during EMENAComm in Bahrai…
 
This week we spoke to András Vicsek, the Co-Founder of Maven7 and the man behind Orgmapper, a tool that helps communicators identify change agents and accelerate change. András talks about informal networks and shares insights on why these people matter to internal communications, and how to find them. Enjoy the podcast, and sign up so you're alway…
 
We caught up with Stephen Welch, the lead organizer for EMENAComm, our first ever event in the Gulf. Ahead of the launch of the full agenda in the coming week, Stephen shared a peak at the speakers, topics and issues that we should all be looking forward to prior to February. Enjoy the listen, and stay tuned for the announcement of the full agenda …
 
Following her groundbreaking work on employee culture, we spoke to long-time IABC EMENA supporter Sheila Parry on the launch of her book, "Take PRIDE", the thinking behind this business model and the response to PRIDE at the recent IABC UK event. Sheila talks us through how PRIDE - Purpose, Reputation, Integrity, Direction and Energy - can create a…
 
The past week hasn't been the best for media in the region. We sat down with Scott Shuey and Ed Clowes from Gulf News to talk about why the media matters and how PR people can improve their engagement with the media. IABC is an organization that is committed to a free press globally.โดย IABC EMENA
 
Communicators often talk about speaking truth to power; the reality is that we find it difficult to address sensitive issues directly and openly. We sat down with Dawn Metcalfe, the managing director of consultancy PDSi and the author of the book and training course HardTalk, on how we can encourage and promote environments where people feel comfor…
 
The IABC EMENA Podcast caught up with Arun Sudhaman, the CEO of the Holmes Report, who talked about his views on the state of the industry, and advice for where communicators should invest in when it comes to being prepared for the future of the industry. Arun also discusses public relations in emerging markets, and how communicators in mature mark…
 
We were joined at EMENA Leadership Institute by Chief Storyteller Stuart Maister, who shared his process of how best to develop a story. He sat down with us to talk about narrative building and the importance of values to today's audience. Enjoy the podcast and subscribe.โดย IABC EMENA
 
We're at Leadership Institute and we recorded a special podcast with Lina Jaku?ionien?, the chairwoman of the Lithuanian Communications Association and EACD Ambassador in Lithuania. Lina spoke to us about leadership in the industry, how the profession is developing in the Baltics, and her advice for young communicators.…
 
One of our stand-out speakers at this year's EMENA Leadership Institute was Andrius Grigorjevas. Andrius spoke in depth about the gaming industry, a business which made more than US$100 billion last year. He shared a number of lessons that communicators can adapt from the gaming industry. In the podcast Andrius shares his views on concepts such as …
 
This week on the IABC EMENA podcast we talk to Ophelie Janus, the head of MarCom and digital communication for the Middle East at Siemens. Ophelie shares a remarkable case study of how she and the comms team in the Middle East have built an employee social advocacy program that has managed to reach over 23 million people. Have a listen to Ophelie a…
 
This week on the IABC EMENA podcast we talk to PR measurement expert Steph Bridgeman on the values and skills we all need to foster a culture of measurement. Steph also talks about how measurement is progressing within the communications industry. Follow Steph on Twitter at @stephbridgeman, and subscribe to the IABC EMENA podcast.…
 
This week on the IABC EMENA podcast we talk to Stephen Welch who is leading on the call for speakers for this year's EMENAComm. Stephen shares insights into the type of speakers and event he'd like to see taking place in Bahrain, in February 2019, as well as tips and hints for those thinking of applying. For more information on EMENAComm, especiall…
 
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