In this episode we welcome Josephine to talk about the #AllWomanGIF movement and stand-up comedy - Georgia brings us step 2 of the 5 steps to wellbeing - Helen brings some Antipodean reflection on friends and family - and we have a special feature on the epic comms2point0 Unawards Winners Masterclass
Welcome to the third episode of #CUontheair, the podcast from the creators of learning and wellbeing event Comms Unplugged.
This month we have Gary Langton on leading an effective team - Helena Hornby and Josephine Graham on their CU taster event in the north - Darren Caveney on the joys of #socialfreeSunday - Saranne Postans on the emotional cycle of change - Georgia Turner on step 1 of the 5 steps to wellbeing - Harriet Small on her trip to hear Bruce Daisley speak (and Bruce himself makes a guest appearance!) - and a heartfelt book review by Anna Maclean.
Welcome to Episode 2! This time you'll hear:
- Emma Northcote on her Twitter take-over and why she loves Comms Unplugged
- Andrew Fielding on how to end your day on a positive note
- Sally's book review on Bruce Daisley's 'The Joy of Work'
- Saranne Postans on eh benefits of a walk for your wellbeing
- Byron Lee on picking up those unspoken messages
- Sally and Georgia on our first speaker reveals for CU19
This is the first podcast from the creators of Comms Unplugged, a unique learning and wellbeing experience for professional communicators. Hear tips, thoughts, ideas and stories on an eclectic range of topics from #teamunplugged and the wider community of #unpluggers.
In this episode:
Sally and Darren talk podcasts, community and Dry January;
Helena tells us how she manages her FOMO;
Georgia makes the case for unplugging;
We join Sally on her dog walk;
There's a bit of music from unplugged favourites Less Than Nine;
Mike tells us why he runs;
Victoria does our first book review
February 10, 2019
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