Driving Employee Engagement
with Internal Comms Video

Join expert internal communication, HR and digital leaders from BUPA, ANZ, John Holland and Shootsta on December 7, to learn how online video can help deliver meaningful employee engagement and effective knowledge transfer.

Case studies will include employee generated video campaigns, how to overcome the challenges of reaching and engaging a remote workforce and innovative ways to create internal video content scalably and cost-effectively.

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Lizzy Geremia

Lizzy Geremia

Head of Internal
Communications
BUPA

With a geographically dispersed workforce of 18,500 employees across Australia & New Zealand, Lizzy leads the internal communications function at BUPA. Given a large proportion of BUPA’s employees are not desk-based, Lizzy has led the launch of the BUPA digital workplace to engage employees anytime, through any device.
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Paul Gaudion

Paul Gaudion

ICT Mobility Program
Manager
JOHN HOLLAND

When most of your workforce are involved in over 100 projects across every state and territory, delivering effective internal communication solutions is a balancing act between business requirements and technical delivery. Paul’s digital technology experience has supported the adoption of mobile technology for workforce health & safety communications across John Holland’s 5,000+ employees.
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Darren Vukasinovic

Darren Vukasinovic

Head of Content Strategy
Digital Platforms
ANZ

Darren is at the forefront of enterprise video streaming for engagement, with a business persona focused on disrupting organisational behaviour to accelerate digital adoption and a filmmaking persona focused on writing and directing emotionally moving pictures through his production company Ignition Pictures.
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Mike Pritchett

Chief Executive
Officer
SHOOTSTA

When Mike launched Shootsta, he turned the cost and complexity of internal comms video production on it’s head. Instead of a painful process costing $5k to get a 5 minute CEO video, Shootsta equip companies with the right gear and training so they can film their own content.

About the event

Turning Internal Comms into Employee Engagement with online video

Agenda:

  • Case Study: How to run successful employee generated video campaigns
  • Case Study: How to reach and engage “unwired” employees who don’t sit in front of computers
  • Case Study: Turning on the tap of knowledge sharing with self captured videos
  • Insight: Video production hacks to make content creation a simple process
  • Insight: The changing workplace demographic driving new internal comms strategies

We would love to see you there.

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If you can’t make it, you
can still watch it LIVE here.

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Who should attend?

This event is for senior leaders with a focus on internal communication,
digital workplace or knowledge sharing.

Attendees include:

Internal Communications leaders; HR or Learning and Organisational
Development leaders; Intranet and Digital Workplace managers.

Event details

Date:
Wednesday, December 7

Catering:
Full cooked breakfast, continental
selection, tea & coffee, juices

Times:
Breakfast from 8.30am
Seminar Commences 9.00am
Seminar Ends 10.45am

Cost:
Free for Viostream & Optus Guests


Location:
Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Federation Square Melbourne, VIC 3000
For more information please contact
Email: info@viostream.com | Phone: 02 8007 6200

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A bit about Viostream

At Viostream, we are passionate about video technology that drives meaningful engagement.

Our mission is to deliver business value by engaging your people, customers and stakeholders through live and on-demand streaming, securely inside or outside the network.

We seek to simplify the sourcing, management and distribution of video to empower organisations to engage, providing an integrated video platform that enables knowledge sharing and storytelling from the bottom-up and top down.