I think we all strive for working 100% in the way described the left. Don’t feel alone or like a failure if tasks get thrown at you last minute and you experience something like the chaos on the right. It … Continue reading the comms dream Vs the reality
I wanted to draw a representation of a workload dilemma I keep coming across. If you love your work, and you want to make a real difference, there are so many opportunities to find, and be given, interesting and rewarding projects to work on. But what about when this is combined with people giving you more and more tasks and activities, and when you don’t have any clear priorities – it’s an impossible nightmare. I have amazing new ideas! They want it done today! We could get people interested in this! Don’t get overwhelmed by trying to take everything on. If … Continue reading The workload dilemma
When people ask you to make their post go viral. When they tell you about a great event happening in an hour. When they want you to ‘send a quick press release’. “ALRIGHT, LEAVE IT TO ME AND MY COMMS … Continue reading me and my comms unicorn
Any one of these comms superpowers would come in handy, right? But if I had to choose, I’d go for super speed, so I can procrastinate three times faster. Continue reading which comms superpowers would you choose?
If you’ve been through the comms approval process a few times, you’ll know – 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 … Continue reading comms approval process
There are no shortcuts when you’re building a reputation. Often communicators are expected to demonstrate results quickly, but trust-building takes time, care and consistency. Continue reading reputation is a muscle