Torpid Liver (and other symptoms of poor communication)
By Robin McCasland
Torpid Liver (and other symptoms of poor communication)Sep 22, 2020
Lessons Learned on the Career Path
Jessica Pantages, vice president, Global Communications at Egnyte, shares career wisdom gained from more than two decades in the comms profession. Learn from her experiences as you forge your own career leadership path.
Because You’re Worth It
Communication Nuances in Emerging Markets
Holding All The Cards
Audit Your Communication Program
People First, Then Profit
Insights About...Consumer Insight!
Learn from consumer insight and brand strategy expert Mitch McCasland about the importance of research and insights for new product development, services and communication.
Sites Mitch mentioned in the podcast: Quirks.com, StudyFinds.com, Mintel.com, NPD.com, Technomic.com, Arstechnica.com, PhoneScoop.com, TechCrunch.com, TheVerge.com, Grubstreet.com, Eater.com.
News sites her mentioned (not as politically biased): Reuters, Associated Press, UPI, Wall Street Journal.
Leading with Authentic Communication
Times Are Changin’
Communicating for Better Mental Health
It’s About the Job Candidates
What’s Not Being Said
Tap into the power of non-verbal communication that "speaks" confidence. You'll become a more effective leader or communication professional.
Knitting an Effective Comms Strategy
Are you listening?
You Can Trust Me
What’s a Torpid Liver?
Climbing Out of Your Shell
Breaking Down Bullies
No Time Like the Present
An introduction to my podcast series about overcoming fear. The role fear plays in shaping how you live your life. How to face it. And get over it.