The question isn’t, why is communication important… the question is, why are there companies that still do not take communication (internal & external) seriously?
We live in an age of rapid information exchange, short attention spans, and perception management. Such a scenario requires succinct, accurate communication at all times, especially in business organizations that involve many teams working in tandem. Miscommunication of goals, targets, policies, or processes can adversely affect outcomes. It is incumbent on the leadership of any organization to maintain clarity in communication from start to end, from top to bottom.
Timbre Media’s audio solutions for employee communication services, internal communications services as well as corporate communication services help organizations by removing obstacles and taking the information right to the individuals.
Effective communication between the various verticals within an organization is a perennial challenge. Ensuring a smooth dialogue between all your teams – especially in projects where diverse teams from around the world work towards a common goal – is essential for the success of large projects.
Timbre Media can overcome these challenges with content programming that engages the teams from all locations and redirects their energies towards shared company goals. Our radio streams and podcasts excel at producing and delivering messages on behalf of the management – policy changes, product launches, crisis management, upcoming events, campaigns – and ensuring the message reaches down to the last employee in the farthest location. Our employee communication services help provide a holistic view of your organization to your employees, and assist in building an inclusive, robust work culture.
Timbre Media’s API interface allows your company to also control how information flows outwards from your organization. Through podcasts and curated messages created by Timbre Media that can be shared on your company website as well as social media, we help you exercise greater control over how you engage with the wider public and shape perceptions.