Social media is everywhere. Whether it’s sharing our favorite photos on Instagram, or updating our family with a timely Facebook post, more that 60% of US adults engage with social media at least once a week. For a small business
Recently I’ve been reading the autobiography of the prior Governator Arnold Schwarzenegger. And it truly is a rags to riches story. His work ethic, ambition and promotional nous led to him amassing millions before he was even a movie star.
By Keith Brookbank Among the many shocking outcomes of last week’s General Election, perhaps the least surprising was the resignation of two people who were at the centre of ‘Brand Theresa May’. Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy, the Prime Minister’s co-chiefs
By Jacqueline Purcell Chart.PR Uber’s CEO just took an indefinite leave of absence after a long string of scandals. When a company is constantly in trouble, look at the leadership. Founder and co-founder companies seem to be especially prone to instability.
I am getting used to hearing the words ‘you must have been busy for the past three weeks’. My answer usually is to just smile or to add ‘just a little bit’. I know people are just making polite conversation
By Paula Keaveney I wonder how many times we’ve all said “if only I had known that” or “if only I met that person earlier”. The fact is, we are often so busy we don’t get the chance to look around
By Carolyn Lochhead Where does one start with a Scottish analysis of GE2017? Should we focus on the wounded but still dominant SNP? The jubilant Scottish Conservatives? The convalescent Scottish Labour Party? All are interesting angles, but they’ve been covered
How do you communicate change in your organisation? Do you use illustrations? Should you? Could you? I’ve got a guest post for you today examining this topic and providing food for thought when it comes to communicating visually. Virpi Oinonen @voinonen from