Personal musings and the details of life.
Bruce Daisley, VP UK Twitter, and the no-joy of work
Bruce is on tour to launch his new book, and has a lot to say about workplace culture, teams, productivity, and burnout.
Job change: Less consulting, more consulting
Change is growth.
Exclusive discounts on intranet training
As you might know, I've slid sideways from 'conference organiser' into 'events manager' and so I wanted to give you the heads-up on two events that I'm involved with.
For my friends: what I do as a self-employed consultant
I'm self-employed, attached to a couple of agencies, and I collaborate with a number of well-respected individuals. But what do I do all day?
I’ve failed to publish much lately because…
Even after the brilliant relaunch of Kilobox Communiqué, I've failed to publish as many articles as I used to
Work / life balance when working from home
Jules knows a thing or two about self-management. Working from home, away from colleagues and office culture, even in this digitally connected age, can send your routines into a spin.
I was offline for almost a year
Thank goodness for the new year, as 2012 was one of the worst of my life. Read why I left the web and my job last year.
My sites were hacked and almost destroyed
We don't call them 'hacker', but anyway - criminals installed malicious software on my websites and drove me to the edge of madness as I learnt to counteract their attack. That's why my website has been down for nearly a year; because I was exhausted.
I quit my job as an intranet manager and had some time away, but now I'm back in the game with a new, fast-moving company - find out who!
Careers are funny, twisty things. Mine wouldn't be in any recognisable shape without the encouragement and direct support from several amazing people. Read the story of my life.
I'm in Copenhagen, right now. I'm (gleefully) attending IntraTeam's intranet conference, so if you would like to meet, please get in touch.
Love of the written
We bandy the word 'passion' around too much, but love of the λόγος (logos) should drive our written expressions.