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Is your brand in the hands of your employee bloggers and twitterers?

May 25, 2012

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The session on Social Media at the Reputation in Oil Gas & Mining conference opened with the observation made by one commentator recently that employees should spend an hour a day on each social media channel they are active on. As the speaker pointed out, if you are on LinkedIn, twitter, Facebook, instagram and pinterest […]

Are smart phones destroying our children’s potential for creativity?

April 27, 2012

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Here’s a classic altercation that must happen in many a household over teenage use of the smartphone. Me: For goodness sake, put the iPhone down for 5 minutes! Teenager: Why? Me: Because you’re wedded to it and it’ll consume you one of these days. Teenager: What does that mean. Me: It means you’re reliant on […]

Creating characters keeps me focused

June 23, 2011

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So, I was lucky enough to be at Wimbledon yesterday, thanks to a a kind client. Naturally, I was there for the tennis, but I was also there to do a bit of business. In the course of the afternoon I got chatting to Dom Wright of Insights. These guys have taken the Myers Briggs […]

That blessed survey! What’s the point?

January 17, 2011

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For ages I’ve been banging on in my agency about how outdated I feel the employee survey is. After all, with is this technological wizardry out there and people constantly using email, Twitter, yammer, glassdoor etc. there must be a way of tracking what people are actually saying on a day to day basis to […]