We all appreciate that our world is shaky right now and the bells of disruption continue to toll. Professionally, social leadership is how we stay in control of our career, moving it in the direction we want. Creating the future we want for ourselves.
I was thrilled to interview Penny Shone, former managing director of Global Growth Communications at GE, who is now taking time out to consider what’s next. I know many people at our event were inspired by that alone – a senior business leader taking “a gap year!” Those breaks are so great for the soul. This
My prediction for 2018 is senior executive teams will make it a number one priority to get employees engaged on social media, seeing it as a key driver and opportunity to build their business. Momentum has already started, especially in the B2B space, and it’s going to explode next year. Check in with me November
I am delighted to be the chairman of the Asia Content Marketing Association (ACMA), as we move into a new era as a professional Association. If you are interested in learning more about ACMA, check out the introductory Website, or you can also click here for the great coverage that appeared in Mumbrella Asia recently
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None of us can deny that marketing and communication professionals are anything but overwhelmed by our roles today. What technology should we use? How do we shift our advertising efforts to get better results? How do I demonstrate revenue from our campaigns? Content marketing, what, why, how? Employee advocacy, how do I create a movement?
This is a question I get asked a lot and my answer is unequivocal – absolutely not! Why would you? How can anyone else be you? How could anyone be me? Not possible. This issue really matters to me, because there’s too much noise on social media. Inauthentic, disingenuous noise. Now I appreciate that many
I recently put some money down to promote my latest video on YouTube. I put money behind everything I do. It’s the only way to ensure it gets seen. Anyhoo, here it is… Incidentally, any chance you can follow my channel? It’s new, is way out of my comfort zone, and I’d just really appreciate
Love him or hate him, during the past two weeks, our social feeds are even more chock-a-block than usual with the latest antics, tweets and executive orders from Donald Trump and his administration. Not just that, there is content to cover every action; content on how to cope emotionally with the action; and content to
I recently published a blog – 7 things I’ve learnt from writing 687 blog posts – and I wanted to follow up with some practical tips. If you’re thinking of launching a blog (and you should) I really hope this helps. I warn you, this is a longy, but there’s a lot of information here