This year, I am finding people are communicating on an entirely different level. People are interacting with more consideration, yet with more candor and curiosity.
I had the privilege of speaking at Fashion Forward Digital on October 20th. It was a fabulous event featuring a lively audience and many wonderful speakers. Recently, they posted a summary of my speech – The Communication Quotient. You can read the full write up on their website or quoted below: The Founder of TCG Agency and brilliant… Read More →
The Return on Investment (ROI) of social media, like all new things, can be hard to put a stake in the ground, but it is similar to the projections on sales.
The value of social media comes when you put yourself in the shoes of your partner(s) when attempting to make an impact on the web.
The anonymity of social media can make cyber bullies feel more empowered. We need to stop this trend, and quickly.
I now ask myself is this being generous? I don’t see it as generous; I see it as part of my value eco-system. I don’t know how to think differently to this and I assume everyone else probably thinks the same.
Having been in the space we now call “Social Media” for over 15 years, I am trying to recall how we came to this phenomenon and why some are still questioning it. We have several hundred million people connected via Facebook and an academy award nominated film on the subject. Why are some still in… Read More →
Growing up Zimbabwean has taught me many things but, like a silly goat, I perhaps didn’t learn to pause until quite recently. I travel a bit too much. The hurried rush of the crowds, a constant change in scenery, and an almost clockwork level of order stir up my fondness for home. It was, after… Read More →
At my company, we believe in the power of interconnected conversations and the potential of the Internet to encourage them. Any brand that uses Social Media is tapping into that wellspring of promotion, but this is only half of the capability of Web 2.0/4.0 The other comes from collaboration, such as with cross-promoted cause marketing.… Read More →
I grew up surrounded by strong-minded and candid people. The women were all powerful, bossy, well-educated leaders. My incredible nannies and housekeepers also shared these same traits. Laziness wasn’t part of our vernacular, nor was any indirect attitude a common trait. I naturally adopted these characteristics, as well as the importance of being compassionate, but… Read More →