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These blogposts can serve as resources for beginning and seasoned communication professionals. They are aimed at helping you navigate our varied and dynamic workloads.

Six solutions that can keep women at work

We’re looking at whether to make some bigger structural changes to scheduling norms, like company-wide flexibility, no-meeting Wednesdays, or no-meeting lunches.”- CHRO, RETAIL INDUSTRY This article was originally written for LeanIn Netherlands. ...
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“Always be learning” and other lessons from LeanIn

This article was originally written for LeanIn Netherlands. I first read Sheryl Sandberg's book Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead in 2014. The book has so much valuable insights about career women, women in leadership and moms with career...
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3 ways to an inclusive communications strategy

Inclusive communications
None of us will see gender parity in our lifetimes, and nor likely will many of our children. - Global Gender Gap Report 2020 The latest release of Global Gender Gap Report swears that it will take 99.5 years to achieve complete gender parit...
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Why you should really invest in employee communication

"Always treat your employees exactly as you want them to treat your best customers." - Stephen Covey It was the last masterclass that I would follow under the Executive Int'l MSc Corporate Communication of the Rotterdam School of Management so I ...
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The WDIET model to constructive narratives

"Journalists help us understand the world of public affairs beyond our direct experience" - Patterson, 2013 When I set out to write my master's thesis, I didn't realize I would discover a diet. It's not really a weight-reduction plan though. More...
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Creating video for the web

The Creating Video for the Web course that I followed at the NY Times Knowledge Network was just recently concluded. It is short but sweet. In two weeks and three online meetings, I have really learned a lot. It was also well-attended that it encoura...
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