Weakened by the insidious media outpour of grim economic news. Gunned down by the rat-tat-tat of your prospects telling you “no”. Deafened by the silence when you ask the world to take notice.
“Pray that there’s intelligent life somewhere up in space…” – Monty Python’s Meaning of Life
Five years after the moon landing, astronomer Frank Drake sent a radio message from the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico far out into space. It was a brilliant attempt to tell ET there was someone down here, and we wanted to talk.
With whistleblowers and spooks dominating the headlines, questions about secrecy, privacy and loyalty are topping commentators’ agendas.
When she was ten years old, Zoe Averianov placed a note in a bottle and cast it adrift from the deck of a ferry bound from Hull, England.
When we think ‘regeneration’, we think ‘transformation’.
Managing image is tricky.
People view organisations from their own points of view, and organisations who want to be seen a certain way frequently fail to ‘walk the talk’. Look at the passionate public resentment towards banks, and how incapable of meaningful change those organisations appear to be.