With Pooja Kamat and Simon Monger, SCMP®, IABC UK & Ireland
In the latest episode of PodCatalyst, IABC Executive Director Peter Finn sat down with Pooja Kamat and Simon Monger, SCMP®.
As board members of the IABC UK & Ireland chapter, Kamat and Monger recently helped plan a mental health-focused webinar, with four prominent speakers who shared best practices and tips for communicators.
Listen to this episode to hear more about:
- Ways to practice self-care, like treating yourself as your own best friend and thinking of the mind as a muscle to exercise
- How leadership behaviors impact employee well-being
- How the stigma around mental health is changing and what that means for the future
- How IABC UK & Ireland’s virtual drinks program has helped members come together across the world
IABC members interested in learning about the UK & Ireland chapter’s mental health webinar, inspiration for your own chapter programming and more can reach out to email@example.com.
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Pooja Kamat and Simon Monger, SCMP®
Pooja Kamat is a 23-year-old PR professional hailing from Mumbai, India. A recent master’s graduate from the University of Leeds, Kamat has been an active part of IABC UK & Ireland as a student board member. Her interests lie in digital PR, influencer and media relations, corporate communications and dance. She is also an avid reader and networking enthusiast. You can get in touch with Kamat on LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram.
Simon Monger, SCMP®, is an internal communications, change and engagement consultant and IABC UK & Ireland Board Member. Since 2007, Monger has worked with a diverse range of global and multinational organizations in 19 countries across three continents. His broad experience has covered a whole range of internal communications, change and engagement challenges, from business transformations and office moves, to system implementations, regulatory changes and crisis communications. Monger’s clients include IKEA, National Grid and Deloitte.