A tweet has been doing the rounds on Twitter which suggests that the suicide rate in the UK since lockdown started has risen by 200%. The BBC’s fact checking service Reality Check has investigated the claim and found that... Read more >
A few weeks ago we worked with a client to create a remote readiness survey. Their face to face business model had been turned on its head by the Covid-19 pandemic but they had a plan for a... Read more >
I’ve heard speakers at conferences say that L&D should act more like marketers. I get that. By focusing on the audience – and its various segments – L&D can establish an understanding of communication needs and how people would... Read more >
This is just a quick reflection on our third Content&Comms virtual coffee session which took place yesterday (24/4/20). Ahead of the session I shared the following slide as a way of provoking the conversation. We didn’t use... Read more >
A part of the Open University’s remit is to provide free, open educational content. This content is delivered via the OpenLearn brand. OpenLearn currently boasts more than 900 free courses on a wide range of topics, from money... Read more >
As an experiment the world’s governments would have found it very hard to lock down travel in order to see what impact that would have on the environment and climate change. And yet that has been one of... Read more >
And no, I don’t mean Slack, the comms tool. Not that long ago, if you said you were working from home there would be a few raised eyebrows. The implication was always that you weren’t going to be... Read more >
The current coronavirus crisis will see organisations and learning teams race to go digital with their learning resources, if they haven’t already done so. Before creating new content, think about what’s already available to you and your colleagues... Read more >
We are in unchartered territory. Unchartered territory means the rules that we normally play by aren’t necessarily relevant or valid. As a brand, what do these times mean for your comms and messaging? This week I’ve seen some... Read more >
Insights Media’s head of content Roisin Woolnough has reviewed research into the effectiveness of thought leadership for brands. The findings make the case for creating this type of content to help make your brand more distinctive. This is a... Read more >
Martin’s latest column for Training Journal looks at whether there is a better way for corporate learning buyers and vendors to do business. It is prompted by the ongoing challenges of trying to navigate a noisy and competitive market.... Read more >
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