Are you struggling with your staff communications?
Finding it hard to engage your teams on the latest information?
Looking for an easier and more effective way to keep them up to date?
Audio allows for flexibility, ease and control with your staff comms and training, whilst also breaking down the barriers between head office staff and the teams on the ground by showcasing personality and empathy.
Using music, sound effects, clips and multiple voices or personalities in a creative and entertaining format increases engagement and the likelihood of information being absorbed. In turn, achieving effective results from your workforce and for your business overall.
There are a variety of ways in which you can use the medium of audio to motivate and inform your staff. All eliminating the need for them to read printouts or for screen time in their busy working day. The most popular with our clients being…
Out of hours business updates or staff shows provide your colleagues with a regular appointment to listen to their own-brand radio and take in the latest information and guidance from the business. Plus, if live, you can make sure your staff feel involved and included through interaction such as song requests or competitions/quizzes.
Make your business updates and staff communications available to download through your intranet or via a link. These can be listened to on the go, such as driving to work or whilst performing a basic task, making it easier for your colleagues to get up to date at their convenience.
KVH Studios have been supporting clients worldwide with staff communications for many years. Our creative consultants will advise on and produce the most suitable format for your brand and business, all recorded in or broadcast from our purpose-built, state-of-the-art audio studios with high level production values and top-quality sound.
Ready to liven up your staff comms and start seeing results?
Give our team a call on 0113 233 7800 or email email@example.com to find out how we can help you make improvements through the power of audio.