2021 Communicator Awards: ProjectHR Wins Award of Excellence

The ProjectHR podcast recently celebrated a full year of episodes and some of the best guests in the podcast world — maybe we’re biased on that one — and what an incredible year it has been! Topics on our Human Resources podcast range everywhere from company culture and the principles of leadership, to dealing with staffing shortages and unleashing your inner black sheep. It has been such a pleasure getting to interview such awesome guests. Our goal is to keep producing content that is valuable and entertaining for all of our listeners!

We were thrilled to learn that, when the winners of the 27th Annual Communicator Awards had been announced by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, Projections was named the winner of the Excellence Award! We are officially an award winning HR podcast! Not only are we are very proud to have received this award, but we want to thank each and every one our listeners and our fantastic guests. Without you, none of this would have been possible, and we look forward to our continued relationship working to build better workplaces. ProjectHR is the winner of the 2021 Award of Excellence, the competition's highest honor from @commawards #communicatorawards #HRpodcasts Click To Tweet

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The Excellence Award

With over 6,000 entries received from across the US and around the world, the Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative excellence for communications professionals. Projections, an IRI company, had the honor of receiving the competition’s highest honor, the Award of Excellence, for our weekly Human Resources podcast, ProjectHR. Previous recipients of the Award of Excellence include UFC, PepsiCo, Forbes, BoxMedia, WWE, Microsoft, Code Red. GmbH, Comcast, and Disney Creative Studios. To say that we are honored and excited to be recognized alongside so many great brands is an understatement!ProjectHR received the Excellence Award for 2021. Previous winners include PepsiCo, WWE, Forbes, and Disney Creative Studios! #communicatorawards #HRpodcast Click To Tweet

The ProjectHR podcast is produced weekly for Human Resources and Labor Relations professionals. Our guests are chosen for their ability to inspire the audience with new insight and ideas in the HR and labor relations space. Some of our past guests have included industry leaders, authors, software developers, practitioners, association leaders and a wide variety of subject matter experts. To learn more, listen in, and subscribe, please visit us at https://projectionsinc.com/podcast – we’d love to be the Human Resources podcast for you!

The Communicator Awards is the leading international competition honoring the best digital, mobile, audio, video, and social content the industry has to offer. Entries are judged and curated by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), an assembly of leading professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts dedicated to embracing progress and the evolving nature of traditional and interactive media. “The work entered into the 27th Annual Communicator Awards is even more impressive than in seasons’ past. This year’s entries are a truly stellar embodiment of our “Communication is everything” tagline,” noted Eva McCloskey, managing director of the AIVA. She added, “On behalf of the Academy, I would like to thank all of this season’s entrants for their willingness to produce such boundary-pushing, effective and outstanding work.”

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Our Best Human Resources Podcast Episodes

While we’ve covered a multitude of topics, and had guests who have knowledge and experience in a wide range of topics. Take a look at some of our best HR podcast episodes since we started!

  1. Employee Communication During a Crisis – Jennifer Orechwa. In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, this episode covers how crucial it is to be able to speak to employees in a crisis, while at the same time humanize messaging and make sure it’s relevant (and not redundant). Check it out, here.
  2. Anticipating Staffing Shortages: Do You Have A Plan in Place? – Michele Vincent. As a leader, you can ensure that your business will remain productive, even when your staff is no longer in place by taking the time to put together a Contingency Staffing Plan. Listen for the four critical steps in developing your plan, here.
  3. The Insider’s Guide to Culture Change – Siobhan McHale. Culture is one of the least understood topics in the workforce, but McHale demystifies culture transformation and helps leaders navigate the path to positive change! To help your leaders understand the importance of culture, give this episode a listen.
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  4. Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 – Dr. Mark Rogers. On this episode of ProjectHR, Dr. Mark Rogers spoke with us about change, and the importance of leading change leadership in your organization.
  5. Mental Health & Human Resources: Prioritizing A More Resilient Workforce – Kathryn Mayer. While weathering the pandemic, our understanding of mental wellness and its impact on the workplace has never been clearer: the mental health of your workforce is just as important as their physical health, and in times like these, businesses need a healthy and resilient workforce to succeed. Learn more about how importance mental health is, and give this episode a listen!

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Your New Favorite Human Resources Podcast

ProjectHR is honored to be recognized as an award winning Human Resources podcast amongst some of the best out there, and we couldn’t do it without our awesome listeners. Our goal is to be your favorite HR podcast and an essential tool for your leadership toolbox. Don’t forget to check us out so we can help you build a better workplace – also available streaming on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

About the Author Jennifer Orechwa

In over 25 years of helping companies connect with their employees, Jennifer has gained a unique perspective on what it takes to build a culture of engagement. By blending a deep understanding of labor and employee relations with powerful digital marketing knowledge, Jennifer has helped thousands of companies achieve behavioral change at a cultural level.

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