I’ve been offering consultation and mentoring calls for a few years now and love working one-to-one with Comms practitioners from around the globe.
But what does that actually mean? What is it like to have a call with me, what can you discuss and what happens next?
Today I’m delighted to share a behind the scenes look as Erica Goodwin @ericamgoodwin, Global Communications Manager at Heifer International and I had a mentoring call yesterday.
She kindly agreed to the call being recorded so you can see firsthand what the calls are like. Thank you Erica for being open to the idea and for always being a total pleasure to talk with.
We have been having calls together since meeting in person in 2019 at the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Employee Communications Section conference, #PRSAConnect, in Phoenix, Arizona. I loved speaking at the conference and meeting so many US and Canadian Comms pros I only knew via online pics, you really can’t beat face-to-face conversations!
I was the opening keynote speaker at #PRSAConnect and during our call together yesterday, we revealed where we *actually* met at the conference.
How I can support you
I offer a range of options to increase your skills, knowledge and confidence in all things IC related. From 30 minute calls to six months of mentoring, there’s a variety of ways I can support you. See the phone consultations section of my website to find out more.
You can use the calls for consultation queries or mentoring or a blend of both. Sometimes teams buy a package of calls and take it in turns to use the time individually, so everyone benefits from dedicated time focused on them. Full details about the calls and your investment can be found on my website. Find out more.
The video below is 30 minutes long and was recorded from Erica’s office in Little Rock, Arkansas in the US and from my All Things IC Hub in London.
Do let me know what you think. Did our conversation help you solve a problem you’re struggling with? I hope so. As ever, you’re welcome to comment below or Tweet me @AllthingsIC.
Thank you for stopping by.
First published on the All Things IC blog 6 February 2020.