Posts Categorized: Positive Comms +Plus

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 24 July 2017

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 24 July 2017

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both)… | The future of work will be quite different from what we experience today, if the predictions come true (and we believe they will to varying degrees). CSR programs will need to adapt to the new workforce. This article outlines some of the changes coming to CSR.

Positive Comms +Plus For Week of 10 July 2017

Positive Comms +Plus For Week of 10 July 2017

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both)… | The military can teach business leaders a lot about leadership and communication. Stanley McChrystal is one of those inspiring leaders. In his TED Talk, he explains his beliefs about the positive effects of sharing information, good communication and leadership. It’s an inspiring six-minute presentation.

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 26 June 2017

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 26 June 2017

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both) … | Wondering what format is best for communicating with your audience? The answer lies in how our brains process information. Here’s a great infographic explaining the science. Apparently graphic content creates a “memorable” impression (good to know).

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 12 June 2017

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 12 June 2017

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both) … | The “use of visual content is on the rise as our attention spans shrink.” Here’s a great resource – with data, trends and statistics – on the benefits of using visuals in your marketing and communication programs. The information is gathered in a number of infographics, but the resources are well labelled for easy navigation.

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 5 June 2017

Positive Comms +Plus for Week of 5 June 2017

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both) … | Mark Zuckerberg gave the commencement speech at Harvard recently. He used the ‘rule of three’ in his presentation. A format Steve Jobs also used. Here’s a great article on how to bring clarity and focus to your next presentation.

Positive Comms +Plus for the Week of 17 April 2017

Positive Comms +Plus for the Week of 17 April 2017

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both) … | A status update and review of Simon Sinek’s book: Start With Why… Love this passage from the book: “What if the next time someone asks, ‘Who’s your competition?’ we replied, ‘No idea.'” Words to live by.

Positive Comms +Plus for the Week of 19 December 2016

Positive Comms +Plus for the Week of 19 December 2016

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both) … | While this article is mostly targeted towards fiction writers, there is some great advice here for those of us who write non-fiction. Authors like Stephen King and J.K. Rowling are quoted.

Positive Comms +Plus for the Week of 12 December 2016

Positive Comms +Plus for the Week of 12 December 2016

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both) … | If you don’t follow Glenn Leibowitz or listen to his podcast, you should. He blogs and broadcasts about writing and communications. Here’s another great article from Glenn on how to improve your writing. The article has some great tips and advice. It’s also a quick read.

Positive Comms +Plus for the Week of 5 December 2016

Positive Comms +Plus for the Week of 5 December 2016

Interesting or inspiring articles (perhaps a bit of both) … | If you don’t follow Glenn Leibowitz or listen to his podcast, you should. He blogs and broadcasts about writing and communications. Here’s a great article from Glenn on books to read to improve your writing.