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The only barrier between loving the idea and living the idea is you!

by Em Northcote I’m impulsive. I jump in and then slowly start to have doubts about whatever it is I’ve agreed to do. It drives me mad. SO, when I saw a tweet about CommsUnplugged sometime last year, of course, I was going! In my head, I was already there! It was a work thing […]

7 reasons NOT to come to Comms Unplugged – and how to overcome them

By Sally Northeast Tickets are on sale for THE learning experience in the comms person’s calendar and lots of keen #unpluggers have already booked their place in the field. But for those of you who are wavering, umming and aahing and wrestling with a list of reasons why it’s not for you, read on. This […]

Go with your gut and pull the plug out

by Sally Northeast Gut instinct definitely plays a key role in the life of a professional communicator. You’ll get a strong feeling that something’s right – or wrong – and it will influence the way you make decisions, do your work and advise others. And when something feels right – well you have to go […]

Talking Comms Podcast meets Comms Unplugged

So we were lucky enough to get a Highly Commended accolade for Best Small Team at the Comms 2point0 Unawards. And while we were there, Mr Adrian Stirrup of Talking Comms Podcast loveliness was kind enough to let us babble on with reflections on Comms Unplugged 2017 and chat about what might be in store […]

Turn up, tune out – learn more

‘The most important thing people did for me was to expose me to new things.’ – Temple Grandin What do you think is the best thing about attending a conference? Engaging speakers? Networking with people? Perhaps the goody bag or, if you are lucky, a night in a hotel? So how does two nights camping […]

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