Uganda – international conference speaking

A big ‘thank you’ to the delegates who provided me with such inspiration, challenging questions and new insights at the International Congress – Public Relations & Human Resources in Kampala, Uganda last week. Thoroughly enjoyed delivering conference presentations and training sessions on creativity, brand story-telling, brand management, PR strategy and communications. It was also good […]

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Britain must re-brand itself after Olympic success

Britain should rebrand its name – possibly using ‘Greater Britain’ and evolve its Union Jack flag – using the purple of the London 2012 event – to boost the feelgood factor from its Olympics. The rebranding would provide a springboard to build a better sense of identity, create better cohesion and extend the momentum of […]

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It’s half time for 2012 – how you doing?

Wow! We are now over half way through 2012. Now is a great time to take stock of your plans – and crucially how you can make the most of the remaining six months to ensure 2012 is another great year in your life. Here are some great innovation and creativity tools – to ensure […]

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‘The Artist’ – lessons for your innovation and creativity

The triumph of The Artist at the Oscars has profound lessons for innovation, creativity and strategic management. The film scooped five awards including best picture, best director and best actor yet was a silent movie: fundamentally using a technology and formula for telling its story from an era of your grandparents or great-grandparents. The cue […]

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Strategic Management: the Creativity Paradox for PR

Thinking creatively helps you think different. But do you need to think different on how you use creativity in your work? Or even about why and where you use creative thinking? How do we respond to an age where the rules are being redefined? Most practitioners are guilty of resorting to what can be called […]

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