I was invited as a guest on the employee advocacy #SEMRushChat last week and it was such an interesting experience.
One of the things I tell everyone I work with is this. Don’t worry about the social media participation you don’t like – how can you possibly like everything?
The Edelman Trust Barometer 2021 is definitely the most compelling report in its 21 year history. Check it out
Dreams have been dashed, careers lost and fear continues to rise. The longer it goes on, the harder it will be.
My overarching feeling is The Social Dilemma missed something really really important. The human aspect.
An Infodemic is when we experience an overload of information – which is usually false or unverified (non-peer-reviewed) information – and it’s a common reality during a crisis, which is why a pandemic ignites a Infodemic.
COVID19 is back at the top of the headlines, as the US witnesses flareups across the county. I’ve got to be honest. The way this is being discussed in America…
More than 11,000 scientists from all over the world came together with 25 years of data, showing us the world is heading towards catastrophic outcomes for all life on planet earth, and for humans “untold suffering.”
A day visiting and sharing food at Burmese workers camps in Phuket Town, Thailand, end of May 2020.
This week, the content around #BlackLivesMatter has become deeper and more reflective. There are people across whole swathes of society thinking about racism in a much deeper way. It feels like real change is possible.