Social Capital & Knowledge Exchange: Blogging Inside the Enterprise

You may think I’ve been unusually quiet recently, but I’ve been diverting my energies into other channels, including a guest spot at Simply Communicate a site that collates advice, toolkits and templates covering every aspect of internal communication inside organisations. Here is a taster: Internal blogging can give us: The ability to get to know … Continue reading

Cheering Up the Darkest Days

When faced with the prospect of a return to work and a long and bleak couple of months it’s time to take affirmative action.  Ideas: Continue nostalgia fest working way through children’s section of local library Visit new Egyptian gallery at the British Museum Magnificence of the Tsars at the V&A Bingo outings, yes, bingo! … Continue reading

Oh Dear

Today is not going well so far…. Already this morning my Metro horoscope has read: There’s a sense of dishonesty around you today – the temptation to lie your way out of a difficult situation will be overwhelming.  Just be aware, though, that you could end up walking into an even worse problem.  Truth pays … Continue reading

Womble Wonga

If you haven’t yet given to our ultra-marathon competitors in training then empty your pockets into immediately! On the 19-20 July 2008, 4 individuals of questionable sanity will be taking part in the Trailwalker event organised by Oxfam and the Queen’s Gurkha Signals Regiment. The event consists of teams of four walking 100 kilometres … Continue reading

Fabulous Florence in Pictures

We had a fabulous time, and marched our way around the churches and museums and ate our way round the foccaherias, gelaterias, mercado, trattorias and ristoranti! My top food places of the trip were: Il Latini – Via dei Palchetti 6 Trattoria Marione – Via della Spada 27/r Gelateria Carraira – at the Oltrano end … Continue reading

In the Summer a young Casey’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of holidays

Kung Hei Fat Choi!

Black Tuesday’s Swap Shop

Ideas for Days Out

Caption These…