Tuesday, 15th December 2015
Launched to great acclaim in June 2011 Google+ was widely described as Google’s definitive answer to Facebook http://mashable.com/2011/06/28/google-plus/#CEn_x2uuggqj
Monday, 19th October 2015
You probably know all the ways social media can help you professionally. You can demonstrate your expertise on a topic using Twitter, keep old connections fresh on Facebook, and network your way to a new job using LinkedIn.
But social media can also have a darker side…
Friday, 25th September 2015
Whether it’s a sports club, a business or a family unit, the individual constituent parts of a group clearly directly influence overall team performance.
But what are the key factors that have an impact on team dynamics in the workplace?
Friday, 18th September 2015
“Wilkinson is now perfectly in range, Jonny Wilkinson… He’s done it!”
Those words still give me Goosebumps. Unbelievably, I was just 7 years old when England dramatically won the 2003 Rugby World Cup, beating Australia in extra time thanks to a Jonny Wilkinson drop goal.
Thursday, 27th August 2015
I’m sure I’m not the only person who has noticed the increasing trend with some companies who seem to actively discourage people from ringing them and seem to be afraid that – heaven forbid - they may have to actually speak to a customer.
Friday, 31st July 2015
Two thirds of music fans say that they think brands enhance the festival experience. But, as marketers face growing pressures to stand out and win the favour of festival crowds, simply putting up signs and handing out freebies isn’t cutting it anymore.
Friday, 10th July 2015
Two hopeful candidates turn up for an important job interview.
Thursday, 25th June 2015
The way the youth of today communicate is a world away from when their parents came of age in the late 60s and 70s. Smart phones, social media and the speed of communication has completely changed the way we interact, communicate and are entertained.
Friday, 12th June 2015
We’ve all seen the brilliant movie ‘Terminator 2 – the Rise of the Machines’ where the people of the Earth become enslaved to technology and machines who subjugate and rule the lives of the remaining, long suffering human race.
Friday, 29th May 2015
In 1949 George Orwell published his best selling dystopian novel 1984, which presented a futuristic world of perpetual war, omnipresent government surveillance and public manipulation.