Internal Communication Videos

The 'Moving People' Template

Want to keep people informed about what’s happening and what career paths exist within your organisation? Use this format to highlight people making career moves within your workplace.

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About this template

This is a short and effective “new job” announcement. Making it into a video is a great way to highlight different people and increase the attention of these movements. It’s a nice bit of recognition for the employee in question, and something they might like to share in their own feed.

How to get started

This is a step-by-step guide on how you use this template to write your year in review video script.

Find your story

Speak to someone in HR and ask them to let you know of relevant changes or check your internal communication channels.

Find your assets

Ask the person who this is about for two images or videos of themself. Check out some tips in this guide for what makes good portrait shots for videos.

Produce it

Write a simple but descriptive headline, and ask the person about what they were doing before and what they’ll be doing now. Use those answers to write short reporter-style texts for each question.

Create your video script

Headed To Headline

Craft a headline that makes it clear that the person is changing roles.


“[Name Surname] is taking over X” 

“Department [X] is the new home for [Name Surname]” 

“From [Department X] to [Corridor Y] – [Name Surname] is moving on.”

Headed To Headline

Where Were You

Do a short info segment on where the person was and what they were doing there. This is where you introduce the person to the viewer. So mention previous job titles, years in the organisation, and other contextually interesting facts. But keep it as short as you can.

Where Were You

Where Are You Going

Then you pivot to their new position where you can mention reasons for the change and facts about the position. Share relevant knowledge, experience or specific skills etc. with the viewer.

Where Are You Going


Include a standard message for the outro, if needed. Or just use a simple logo ending.


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