Tag Archives: Social Media

Getting (back) on the Digital Leadership horse

I recently asked a friend (and former colleague) for feedback on my newly minted CV. It’s been a while between interviews. After 20 plus years in corporate, relaunching brands and working with some of the leading individual, team and organisational brands in the world, I’d turned my focus towards balancing my corporate experience with academia as my biological clock ticked

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It’s time to re-think your approach to Social.

I spent a day with some of the brightest young minds in advertising last week. The similarities All were fabulous, capable, intelligent, hard-working ‘go-getters’. All were running some of the better social media campaigns in Australia. Some were from boutique agencies doing really cool stuff, others had evolved to freelancers, some were in-house marketers, while others were clinging lovingly to the structural

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Context Matters

A timely reminder to never underestimate: the importance of context the power of media technologies to misconstrue intent “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do is in Harmony.” Mahatma Gandhi. pic.twitter.com/SoLszHQrgF — Tiffanny Junee (@TiffannyJunee) September 14, 2016 (One does hope the Duke and Duchess don’t mind being used in this instructive context)  

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How2 Social Sports

How2 Social’s vision is to empower athletes, coaches and administrators through education about how to create knowledge and value on new social and digital media. The How2Social Sports program empowers professional athletes, teams and organisations to harness the power of the internet communications technologies to build brand value. The program is born out of ongoing social media in sports studies that began at

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Future Social Government, Canberra, Australia

The last time I spoke about sport and social media, Black Caviar provided the living breathing example of how great sports brands can tweet. Today, Quade Cooper’s weekend tweets provided a great example of twi-versations that occur during an employer/ employee divide. Noone likes an unhappy workplace, however, two tweets can say a lot about a person and a company.

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