3 fields of psychology every comms person should explore

If you’d have told me when I graduated from my psychology degree course a decade ago that I’d be willingly writing about the topic, I’d have laughed my head off. It’s not that I didn’t like psychology – it fascinated me. I just didn’t like university much (a post for another day!). But here I … Continue reading 3 fields of psychology every comms person should explore

The Joys And Pains Of Changing Careers In Your Late Twenties

When I was 10-years-old, I wanted to be a journalist. I loved reading and writing stories, and showed plenty promise from early on. However, after a less-than-pleasant university experience and countless ‘portfolio building’ (aka unpaid) placements, I found myself in the worst position for an ambitious, mid-twenty-something: goalless and hopeless. Cue my ‘Career Dress-up’ years … Continue reading The Joys And Pains Of Changing Careers In Your Late Twenties

Studying Internal Communications – my story

Last Friday, I graduated for the second time. It was noticeably different to my first graduation ceremony for my undergraduate degree. No cap and gown, no crying mum and no worrying about what I’ll do with the rest of my life. However, unlike my undergrad, I joined the CIPR Internal Communications (IC) certificate course not … Continue reading Studying Internal Communications – my story