- How leaders can give feedback that inspires-
Imagine your senior leader or manager gives you a piece of paper and says, ‘I’d like you to write down an honest opinion you hold of me. It can be anything you like. I’m going to put it in a hat with all your colleagues’ feedback, and pick them out at random, so what you say will be completely anonymous’.
Would you go down the positive route, and write something pleasant and praising? Or would you take the opportunity to point out a niggling issue or failure?
- The Top 10 #internalcomms Hashtags on Twitter-
Before Twitter adopted the hashtag as its own and built it into the communication behemoth that it is today, no-one really knew what the hashtag key was for.
- How To Get Your Ideas to Spread in the Era of Innovation-
A couple of weeks ago, our TV screens and social media channels were briefly invaded by dancing bread, singing scones, and croissants doing the worm.
- How To Find The Time To Do More-
We really hope you have the time to read this blog post.
After all, ‘I just don’t have time’ is an all-too common excuse we’re all guilty of using. Most probably way too often, and more than likely to justify putting off something that we either don’t want to do or don’t have the motivation for (not to worry, we won’t name-shame).
- How Being “Bored” Can Enhance Creativity-
Have you ever had one of those moments where you’re minding your own business, not really doing or thinking of anything in particular – and all of a sudden a wonderful, ingeniously creative idea pops into your head out of nowhere?
- Don’t feed your employees mushrooms – feed them comms-
Ah, mushrooms. They’re the ‘meat of the vegetable world’, and the giants who towered above the land before the dinosaurs…
- How colour can make your messages stick-
If you’re reading this around lunchtime – and you also happen to be working in an office that’s predominantly red…