This episode we're talking about hope, with a heavy dose of the 5 steps to wellbeing of course. Featuring teamunplugged (Sally Northeast, Georgia Turner and Darren Caveney) and original unpluggers Joanne Ford, Helena Hornby, Jill Spurr and Anna Maclean.
Our theme this month is behaviour change, from both a personal and a professional perspective. We talk to some of the unpluggers about their Sober October journey and catch up with Alan Oram from the wonderful Alive with Ideas, one of the sponsors of Comms Unplugged and creators of our fantastic brand.
CU20 was the Comms Unplugged that wasn't when coronavirus forced us to cancel. Not to be deterred though, some of our unpluggers still gave themselves the time and space to unplug. Teamunplugged's Sally and Georgia led the way with their annual pilgrimage to Burnbake in Dorset (home of Comms Unplugged) for a #CUfor2. This episode you can hear what they got up to and also enjoy tales of unplugged adventures from around the country.
This is the July 2020 episode of the podcast brought to you by the creators of learning and wellbeing event Comms Unplugged. Our theme this time is experimenting. Featuring: Sally, Georgia and Darren (teamunplugged); the actual Bruce Daisley; Andrew Fielding; Helena Hornsby; Pen le Kelly; and Saranne Postans.
This is the podcast brought to you by the creators of learning and wellbeing event Comms Unplugged.
This episode features clips from our recent webinar in partnership with CIPR Health and includes:
- Learning and development tips and recommendations from Jenni Field
- Insights on recovery communications with Julie Odams, Donna Jordan and Amanda Coleman
- Music close to our hearts from Tom Clements
For this edition we enjoyed a lovely virtual afternoon tea on a Sunday Zoom chat with some of our unpluggers. We explored work-life balance in lockdown and trying something new - or doing more of something - both for work and for wellbeing.
Featuring Sally Northeast, Darren Caveney, Georgia Turner, Jill Spurr, Pen le Kelly, Joe Crossland, Josephine Graham, Karen Baker, Saranne Postans and Rosaleen Kelly joining from Scotland, Wales, the north, the middle and the south.
This is the podcast from the creators of learning and wellbeing event Comms Unplugged.
In this edition we have: Sarah Dakin on following your dream...or not; Phil Jewitt on career changes; Katrina Marshall on her freelancing life; Fran Tindall on job hunting; Karen Brodie with expert advice on the job market today
CUontheair is brought to you by the creators of learning and wellbeing event Comms Unplugged.
In this episode we welcome: Victoria Ford of change at work for communicators; Sally Northeast, Darren Caveney, Helena Hornby, Adam Grinsell and Darren Caveney on Dry January; John Paul Danon on becoming a parent and dealing with change; and Katie Childerhouse on decluttering.
Episode 10 of the podcast brought to you by the creators of learning and wellbeing event Comms Unplugged. This time it’s all about giving with clips from Adam Grinsell, Anna MacLean and #teamunplugged.
This is the podcast from the creators of learning and wellbeing event Comms Unplugged. In this edition: Cath and Emily's unplugged journey | Georgia's new council rebrand | Sally encourages you to take notice and give | Darren talks wellbeing at Comms Academy | Imagine with Georgia
Welcome to episode 7 of the podcast brought to you by the organisers of learning and wellbeing event Comms Unplugged.
In this episode we hear from Irena and Julie on their wellbeing sessions for CU19; Georgia tells us about the 5th step to wellbeing - give; Darren shares his 5 top tips for making the most of CU; a few unpluggers tell us the difference pets make to their lives; Sally and Georgia spread the Comms Unplugged love discussing the event programme for 2019.
Welcome to the podcast brought to you by the creators of learning and wellbeing event Comms Unplugged. In this episode we include:
Darren on the seasons and the run-up to CU19 - Step 4 of the 5 steps to wellbeing with Georgia - Helena on the tips she's learned about personal confidence - Laura and Vicki on winning a #CUinthefield scholarship place - A walk in the woods with Sally - Georgia and her team on their away day
#CUontheair is the podcast brought to you by the creators of learning and wellbeing event Comms Unplugged.
This episode features Leanne Ehren on #MHincomms; Anna James on opening up; Sally on team away days; reflections on #CUontour; Georgia on step 3 of the 5 steps to wellbeing; Andrew Fielding by the sea
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 the 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