Head of Community & Industry Insights
Chuck Gose is a self-proclaimed Skyline Chili connoisseur and Duran Duran fan with nearly 20 years of experience in marketing, corporate communications, and internal communications. His unrivaled passion and enthusiasm for the communications profession began early in his career at General Motors and Rolls-Royce, where he became fascinated by the positive impact internal communications can have on a company's success. At Firstup, Gose is the Head of Community & Industry Insights. In this role, he creates content and opportunities for the internal comms community and the Firstup customer community. Gose hosts the Culture, Comms & Cocktails podcast that features the best and brightest the internal comms profession offers. . . .plus cocktail recommendations. Gose is the founder of ICology, a resource dedicated to the internal communications profession. As part of this valuable work, he hosts the ICology podcast, which features practitioners and experts sharing their advice and insights. ICology is all about starting the conversation about how communicators can do more. Can be more. And usually are more than they realize. He is the co-creator of the Periodic Table of Internal Communications and the co-author of “The Very Hungry Communicator.” Gose lives in Indianapolis but stays true to his Buckeye roots. He attended Butler University and is a diehard Butler basketball fan. He also got to fly in a blimp once.
Wednesday, August 3
US/Eastern from 11 :45 AM to 12 :10 PM ( 25 mins )
[Main Stage Keynote] Cutting Through the Noise to Create a Continuously Engaged Workforce
Technology is moving faster than the human mind can adapt. And this is even more evident with employee burnout at companies around the world. People are being asked to work more in different environments than ever before. They’re frustrated with software and have inadequate technology. All is not lost though. Employees want better and deserve better. And we can give them just that.