Tag: corporate reputation

Better Internal Communication via Video

One of the lessons of the current crisis is that it’s more important than ever for leadership teams to demonstrate good communications skills – for reaching both internal and external audiences. Employees are being furloughed or made redundant and are worried about their futures. Customers and clients have either disappeared for the moment and need to be wooed… Read more »

Look good if you have to be interviewed on TV from home! (Part two)

Covid-19 is shifting the landscape of corporate reputation.  Those companies which are seen to have behaved well to their staff, customers and community during the crisis will reap goodwill long afterwards. There are impressive stories – such as the retailers who have donated food packs to those in need, and whisky distilleries turning production over… Read more »

Look good if you have to be interviewed on TV from home! (part one)

With most of the nation stuck at home, suddenly everyone is an expert in videoconferencing.  The papers are full of articles about how to arrange your background to impress colleagues with your intelligence and good taste. The Evening Standard reminds us to ‘remove all signs of human weakness’ from your background – so that rules… Read more »

Don’t joke with the media!

England Rugby coach Eddie Jones found himself in hot water the other day after making a bizarre comment at a press conference, apparently meant as a joke.  He was asked by a reporter about his habit of meditation, having revealed in June last year that he engages in mindfulness as part of his early morning… Read more »