The Sugar Show won a platinum Hermes Award, an international competition for creative professionals in corporate marketing, communication, and production.
That was nice to hear, because I’m pretty happy with how the program turned out. We did a lot of writing and planning for it to be a success, and a ton of editing and mixing afterward.
A big part of the credit goes to Rachael Jamison, a radio and podcast professional, and two of her podcasting colleagues Brian and Jessica. Their sense of fun and camaraderie really made the game show aspect fun to listen to. They nailed it.
So a big thank you to Rachael, Jessica, and Brian.
Also, win or lose, the important thing is whether employees like the program, and the feedback has been outstanding.
“The host and guests had lots of energy!”
“I listened on my way to work”
“The speakers were fun to listen to.”
“I listened while on my walk”
I was able to listen to them while I worked, rather then having to stop and read something
“Great information, easy to understand!”
“Fun and informative!”
“I listened on my computer and my phone. Very easy!”
Employees, of course, don’t speak with one voice. Every employee has different preferences and learning styles. That’s why a wellness program should offer a variety of programs. If you offer something that’s fresh and produced with a sense of care and integrity, the majority of participants will appreciate the effort.
That’s what matters, and that’s what Go Well strives to bring to the table as much as we can. – Greg Juhn
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