One of the most common places in which I’ve seen communication fall down is when the communicator assumes that the reason that their message hasn’t been received and embraced is simply not their fault, and more often than not it’s the recipient’s fault. Let’s take a simple email communication as an example. There have been … Continue reading The simple keys to successful communication (without the assumptions).
How do I write a really good blog post that people actually read and engage with? Now that’s the sort of question that I get asked a lot. Well, let me break it down really simply. In my opinion, the best blog posts are Engaging to the reader Easy to absorb Short and sharp They … Continue reading Write some ‘Kick Arse Blog Posts’ by understanding what they are and what they aren’t.
How do I write a good blog post? Now that’s a question I get asked a lot. Well, in my opinion, the best blog posts are Engaging to the reader Easy to absorb Short and sharp They are not Written as a sales pitch Overly technical Longer than they need to be A blog post … Continue reading Write a good blog post… like this.
Two questions I get asked regularly What makes a good blog post? How do I write one? Successful blogging is a skill that needs to be developed over time. As with any skill, you can read up on every ‘how to’ guide there is, but it’s not until you put it all into practice… and … Continue reading What makes a good blog post?
I have a correction to make. Since I posted the article ‘10 reasons why employee engagement programs fail’ last year, I’ve received a great response, and it’s been so encouraging to hear how businesses are implementing these steps and achieving success with them However… As time has gone by, I’ve started to realise an obvious … Continue reading Correction: Employee engagement is not a program.