Monthly Archives: September 2012

Don’t forget those at home

When a crisis strikes the speed of response to the media and the public is critical. There is a lot of talk about a ‘golden hour’ when organisations need to be saying something to ensure they are starting to command … Continue reading

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Just a job

On Tuesday this week I had been planning to work from home. I got up early and fired up the laptop trying to log onto the systems I needed. After half a dozen attempts I gave up and decided it … Continue reading

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Social media is not always the answer

For almost two years I have been championing the use of social media and have tried to encourage organisations to use it and make the most of the opportunities it brings. My support for it hasn’t changed and I continue … Continue reading

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Creative support – look and its free

These are really challenging times for all of us working in communication roles. No matter where you are the pressure on budgets is increasing and we are all trying to get something for nothing or as the saying goes ‘get … Continue reading

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Commitment, determination and a desire to succeed

The Paralympic Games is attracting huge interest as it receives extensive media coverage for the first time. There are tales of courage, grit and dedication with every competitor in every race. ¬†I find it a totally awe-inspiring with each competition. … Continue reading

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