How we work is changing. To have impact, you need to be agile, adaptive and creative.
In this day of all consuming digital communication, our thoughts and feelings are often reflected in hashtags, emojis and retweets. Where does the simple art of face-to-face communication fit?
Geelong is going through intense economic changes. This transformation is vital for the future of our great city. And I see digital as playing a major role.
Welcome to tandemVox -- unlocking 'shared voice' for your organisation
My thoughts about the power of ideas and how those ideas have purpose and meaning.
"People follow ideas." This concept is powerful and important to understand as professionals working in public relations.
Understanding what the triggers are to influence people's decision-making process is at the heart of what I do.
An opportunity exists for the Geelong community to re-skill with a focus on the digital age.
I was asked to speak to the 2013 graduating class of RMIT's Bachelor of Communication (PR), and shared some of my learning gleaned over the years.
When it comes to relationship building and reputation management -- the core of my trade -- perception is reality.
Previous elections focused on communication to the voters, while this election has highlighted the concerns voters have regarding trust in the individual.
We are surrounded by the disruption being wrought to industry by transformative technology. We need to focus on supporting economies fuelled by digital technologies.
There are so many people who love Geelong who now need to be vocal about where they see its potential and economic transition.
Why did Australian retail leaders react so strongly to the announcement of increases to the Medicare levy to fund the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?