Category: Organisational culture

Three things: a visual post

During the school holidays work hours become more wonky than ever for working parents. So this is not a regular post from me as I take a little bit of time out with my family enjoying a different routine....

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Three things: no longer silent; progress is gradual and rise up

Today is International women’s day, and a good opportunity celebrate the women in our lives. Mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, colleagues, heroes and all. My short and sweet blog post this week...

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How internal communication can support neurodiversity at work

What is neurodiversity and what does it mean for people in work? I went to an event in September 2018 where this was the topic. We were all challenged to ‘hack the world of work. The aim was to envisage...

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Back to the routine

After six glorious weeks of school holidays, this week we got properly back to work and back to the routine. August is a special month for me. Beyond the holidays, it’s my birthday month and it’s my company...

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Communication takeaways from the first #Influencelive

I went to the first #InfluenceLive event at the end of January. It was a communication event about influence, social and how we use it. I was interested to hear first-hand from Ralf Little about his ‘Twitter...

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smileexpo 17 – my notes

Last Tuesday saw the latest smileexpo event in London (23 May 17) and I was lucky enough to attend. As ever it was a packed agenda, with over 100 people in attendance to chat with too. Here are some of my notes...

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Millennials and your business

I was born to boomers, I’m a mother to centennials and a generation X myself. When you consider that our sense of ‘purpose’ is defined by the time we are 13, it’s no wonder we all find it hard...

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Fear and the damage it causes

Every day people go to work. They turn up, they do what they feel they should do, but not always what they could do. They follow the rules, occasionally with good results, sometimes with OK outcomes,...

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What can we learn from a tech start up about being a social business?

Rarely Impossible is a Mobile app development studio based in Bournemouth. I have met Lee Mallon, the MD at different events like Silicon Beach and most recently All About People in June 2016. Lee has a great...

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