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Advita
Proud northern MCIPR Comms professional. 2018. Vice Chair & part-time blogger at enthusiast
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Advita 31m
Love this blog by on why internal communications needs a strategy and why it’s more than just a piece of paper: - highly recommend a read!
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Advita 35m
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And in case you missed it, all this started with this blog about my recognition: Thank you everyone for all the kind words and support you’ve given me following this blog - it means a lot 😀
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Advita 35m
I wrote a few tips a couple a weeks ago about my first public speaking stint (thanks ): … and now you can all hear how I did via special edition podcast:
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And in case you missed it, all this started due to a blog I wrote about my recognition: Thank you to everyone who has been so kind and supportive following this blog - it means a lot 😀
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NorthernPowerWomen 24h
This month we asked 'is it time for business to take wellness more seriously?' and offered some great advice. Subscribe, download and listen to the latest episode:
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Paul Compton 11h
Are you a consultation and engagement professional looking for an exciting new job? Come and join our team! 🚒👇🏼
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Advita 8h
I’ve worked with previously and they were pretty ace!
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Advita 8h
Amazing what a bit of competition can do. I’ve spent the last 30 min researching which players to transfer in and out from my team. If someone wants to throw in a couple of suggestions let me know!
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Advita 9h
Replying to @sophieelbourn_
Glad you enjoyed it Sophie! 😀
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Advita 10h
Fab this evening! Thanks and for hosting 😀
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Advita 11h
Feel your pain Leah! It’s hard when you’re in-house, sometimes you just don’t have a choice unless you leave - which is easier said then done
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Advita 11h
As Ella said before, confidence plays a big part and willing to potentially put yourself in the firing line but like we’ve said if you explain your rationale then people will listen
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Advita 11h
Replying to @EmilyJCrookes
You’re welcome Emily. Glad you found it useful 😀
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Advita 11h
It’s never normally a full blown no but rather a no followed by a ‘but what we can do....’
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Advita 11h
Pretty sure there will be plenty of material for a blog post for someone 😀
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Advita 11h
Completely agree and quick wins will help you definitely but if the idea is rubbish then it could do your reputation more harm then good - just important to bear that in mind and listen to your gut
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Advita 11h
Yeah they do. Response has generally been received well but you need to have a valid case on why it’s a bad idea (and a solution to what’s a better idea) otherwise they will think you’re being a blocker and a pain in the ass
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Advita 11h
Replying to @dangerrella @brownbare
There’s definitely a balance and if you’re in-house then sometimes you may just need to deliver it. If I really don’t agree I will always say and explain why. Generally they listen because my judgment is trusted but understand it takes a while to build up
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Advita 11h
Personally I think if you build trust with your stakeholders then it shouldn’t make a difference where you are but tbf I can only speak from in-house experience
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Advita 11h
100% - Confidence will come with knowledge which is why I’m so hung up on and making sure you keep up-to-date with what’s going on. That’s what will give you the status rather than someone who is just spouting rubbish with no hard facts
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