Revolutionize How Your Company Communicates With Internal Company Podcasts.
Podcasts are share-able, pause-able, and don’t require looking at a screen: unique features which make them a perfect solution for transforming how your team communicates internally.
With Castos, your company can create podcast content just employees and share it with them via a secure, easy-to-manage, and highly accessible listening application.
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Why Create an Internal Company Podcast with Castos?
You might ask: Why would I start an internal company podcast?
Showcase your star performers
Engage with your team members in a new medium
Promote diversity and inclusion initiatives
A way to engage on-the-go and remotely
Share best practices
Relay C-Suite initiatives and updates
Get around the email burden
Send out company updates almost real time
Avoid Zoom burnout for your teams
Internal Company Podcast Resources
How to Start An Internal Company Podcast
An internal company podcast is just a private podcast designed for internal communications. In this article, we explain how to start an internal company podcast as well as set it all up in Castos.
How to Create A Sales Team Podcast
Give your sales teams the things they need to be successful. Anytime, anywhere. Sales leaders can share best practices, latest messaging and program developments, and plan updates with the entire sales organization, in just minutes.
How to Maximize Engagement When Launching An Internal Company Podcast
You’ve created the first episode of your private company podcast (sometimes called a corporate podcast) and you’re happy with the result. Now you’re wondering how to share it; how to turn your coworkers into listeners.
How to Use Podcasting for Remote Asynchronous Learning & Development
A major drawback when buying into complex hosted solutions for employee learning and enablement is the overwhelming feature set the software includes.
Learn why organizations turning to full-blown Learning Management Systems (LMS) should instead consider private podcasting tools for their asynchronous learning needs.