I joined a panel of international experts in communications, HR, law and leadership to discuss how businesses can successfully engage with growing activist voices among their staff. You can see the panel discussion here.
I spoke to the Don’t Shoot The Messenger podcast about purpose, whether it’s a load of hot air and what it means for communicators. You can listen here on Spotify or here on Apple podcasts.
Climate change. Misogyny, inequality and violence against women. Racism. Identity politics. Culture wars. Wokeness. Free speech. It’s a challenging time in the evolution of communications. Communicators are grappling with a tide of issues that are hugely emotive, sensitive and where the public expect the brands they love to have a point of view. Our industry has […]Continue reading
We live in volatile times – political upheaval, a looming climate catastrophe, human rights crises, a global pandemic. For many people, recent years have been characterised by a lack of moral leadership from political institutions – and they have turned their expectations on to businesses and brands to fill that gap. In a recent EY study, […]Continue reading