Communication is hard. Being a communications professional is even harder. In each episode of Infernal Communication, we take a deeper look at the wild little fires communicators have to put out everyday to help you think differently about your work and life.
Kyla and company look way beyond the newsletter and the intranet, instead finding bigger stories, trends, and advice that put the challenges of pro communicators into wider context. It’s human, curious, useful, and fun. A can’t miss if you want to up your comms game.
One of my go-to podcasts. The range of topics and the subject matter experts Kyla connects with is amazing and truly makes for “must listening.” Kyla is warm, engaging and connects with both her guests and the audience. I highly recommend this podcast to any communicator.I highly recommend this podcast to any communicator.
It feels like I am hanging out with friends. Each episode gave me valuable insights through clever banter, personal stories, and fascinating guest speakers. Kyla brings her relatable and true self to the podcast, grounding the discussion in approachable ways that don’t sound preachy. All communicators could improve their craft and smile along the way with this podcast.
I was excited when I first heard Kyla was coming out with a podcast. She did not disappoint! Listening to Kyla express what so many of us in the Internal Comms world are feeling reminds me I have a community of like minded people out there. Not only are her podcasts helpful, they are fun to listen to as well.
There are many excellent podcasts in the industry – it’s a fascinating space filled with talented and pure-spirited influencers. With that said, it can be a lot to follow all of them. Infernal Communication is a must listen. The production is next-level. The topics are relevant but there are episodes that break out of the typical fare to share fresh voices having fresh conversations on fresh concepts. My only worry is that it’s so good it might intimidate folks working in internal comms who are thinking of starting their own podcasts.
Infernal Communication has been one of the most entertaining podcasts in the IC podcast industry! I feel like I'm in the room with Kyla and her guest, having a conversation at the water cooler. The guests bring such a rich history of knowledge & experience when it comes to aspects of the profession. This variety of speakers shows IC represents all facets of organizations and isn't restricted to someone who has the words "internal communications" in their title.
Communication is hard. Being a communications professional is even harder. In each episode of Infernal Communication, we take a deeper look at the wild little fires communicators have to put out everyday. We uncover the surprising reach of these oh-so-common problems in communications and beyond. Join Kyla from Staffbase as she recruits authors, scientists, and experts to help get some fresh perspectives that will soothe the burn of your latest communication snafu, and help you think differently about your work and life.
Kyla is an award-winning content creator, community builder, brand storyteller, and the host of Infernal Communication.
She is the founder of Comms-unity, the community for communicators, the author behind the Internal Communications Salary Transparency Report and co-hosted the much loved Bananatag Morning Show.
She also writes Staffbase's bi-weekly newsletter, You've Got Comms that is read by ten thousand communicators and you should probably read it too.
Kyla is gratefully settled on
the unceded territories of the
Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and
(Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations.