Any one of these would come in handy, right? But if I had to choose, I’d go for super speed, so I can procrastinate three times faster. Advertisements Continue reading which comms superpower would you choose?
I can’t count the number of times people have said to me ‘do your comms magic on this’, or ‘sprinkle some stardust on that’. We know we’re strategic professionals, testing things out and learning as we go. But we may … Continue reading the comms unicorn
It’s so easy to send a highly embarrassing email. In response to my cartoon, drawn for the Institute of Internal Communication magazine, Voice, comms pros shared with me their email faux pas: Announcing “erection results” “Apologies for incontinence caused” “Massage me at any time” An automatic door “operating erotically” Sending a “bollocking form” (booking form) And it seems quite a few of us have been challenged, or mortified, by our phones autocorrecting ‘busy’ to ‘busty’. Continue reading pubic relations
Often, when our colleagues are all over the world, we experience all sorts of mutual incomprehension. This drawing, for the Institute of Internal Communications magazine, Voice, gave me a very welcome opportunity to draw a fella in his pants. Continue reading cross-culture working
All of the things I pledged to do, are designed to make me happy! Most important to me (I do love to prioritise) are: I will get better at evaluating in a way that helps me (and others) learn and … Continue reading comms new year’s resolutions
Even if you’re a mind-reader, you can’t know what someone wants if they don’t know what they want either. Tweet this comms cartoon Continue reading design brief
The pain is real. Getting through layers of people to approve a pice of content, whether it’s a video, a design, a press release or other copy – it can be excruciating. Stay strong. Keep fighting for what you know … Continue reading comms approval process