Opening up about mental health at work

Opening up about mental health at work

Written by Rhys Williams I sat on a panel this week at the Women in Protection conference, a brilliant event from a brilliant group that’s all about making protection insurance more open and inclusive. The idea for the panel started off as a joke – a token panel...
How to keep calm and talk about emotional stuff

How to keep calm and talk about emotional stuff

Written by Zayani Bhatt Increasingly, healthcare companies ask us to help them explain to patients what they do. Medical advancements can be complex. But understanding them is important for the patients whose lives could be directly affected. The issues can also be...
Which manifesto gets our vote?

Which manifesto gets our vote?

[et_social_share] Party manifestos can teach us a lot about how to connect with our target audience. And how not to.At Quietroom, most of the organisations we work with have tricky stories to tell. They work in sectors like health, money and energy, where there’s a...
How to get Londoners onside during the tube strike

How to get Londoners onside during the tube strike

[et_social_share] Full disclosure: I like unions. Without them, we wouldn’t have paid parental leave, a minimum wage or even a weekend. And I believe that no-one goes on strike unless they believe there’s something important at stake. I was lucky. I made it in to work...
The best charity pitch I ever heard

The best charity pitch I ever heard

[et_social_share] On Sunday a man with a charity bucket told me about a cause I’d never heard of. And when he was done talking, I emptied my wallet into the bucket. The cause was noble. It was also the best charity pitch I’ve ever heard. I was at a gig by a...