with CEO of WHIS, Gareth Presch Leading others and the SDGs Gareth Presch is a leader with many hats. He is passionate about driving better health and wellbeing in our communities and doing so with integrity. He is also a special advisor for health and wellbeing for the UNSGII and the implementation of the world’sContinue reading “Leading with passion, integrity and others in mind”
We were recently asked what impact the US elections will have on Public Relations and Marketing in the USA and UK. Here some thoughts:
The mind map will serve as a visual aid to create a full picture of the various steps needed to communicate. Moving along through the planning process treat the mind map not as a finished document, bur rather as a work in progress and add items you might have forgotten initially.
The Endgame: Why a goal makes all the difference to your outlook, performance and resilience
With the onslaught of messaging via emails, social media, the press and the communities around us, it can be difficult for leaders to keep a clear mind, stay focused, communicate well and deliver the performance required of them. Much is written about mental health and the need for self-care. And while not reducing these needs to any form of insignificance, it is also true that often, simple steps can help avoid a downward spiral.
“Communication? Yes, we can all do better, but really, how hard can it be?”It is this attitude that denies business success. When leaders see communication as no more than an organic process, they are immediately condemning it to failure and with it, their projects to mediocrity. Communication is the centre piece of all human relationships,Continue reading “CONDEMNING BUSINESS TO MEDIOCRITY – 5 STUMBLING BLOCKS TO EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION”
Have a look. We have also put together a ‘How to get your story in the press’ check list for you.
What do customer service and wisdom teeth have to do with each other?
This is where digital tools come into their own. Today’s marketplace offers hundreds, if not thousands, of easy to use digital tools. Many of these are free or available against a small subscription fee.
Here are some of our most favourite tools:
Let your strategy breath. Let your strategy be the life-blood of your organisation, business – your charity.
Yes, a business strategy is a serious matter. Yet, for a moment, think of your strategy as a talk-show host. It needs to draw people in and communicate clearly. It should invite questions, participation. It needs to lead to a crescendo, a moment of celebration. That does not mean that the moment of celebration needs to be extraordinary or difficult to achieve. ‘Strategy’ does not require a certain level of difficulty. Rather, it leads to a goal, whether big or small.