There are many different types of communication you can focus on as a professional. But no matter what you’re working on, it can be hard to find inspiration, especially when you’re hit with writer’s block. Last week’s #CommChat discussion focused on how you can find inspiration when you’re writing, editing, creating or even sharing ideas with your colleagues. It’s not too late to jump in on the discussion and share with us what you’d like us to cover in future discussions. Tweet us with the #CommChat hashtag to join in.
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Where do you get your inspiration from?
It can be difficult to stay inspired. How do you garner enthusiasm when you’re writing, editing or creating?
A1: I focus on Employer Branding communications. I’m inspired by my company. My corporation continues to push to better its self and I would recommend anyone work here & any way I can show that through our collateral or event strategy gets me up in the morning. #CommChat
— Mike Champagne (@Mike_Champagne) November 15, 2017
Right now, primarily internal comms/employee engagement. It may not seem as glamorous as external, but I’m always inspired by the fascinating stories behind the people that make a company possible. #CommChat
— Christine M. Courard (@CMCourard) November 15, 2017
A1. Tactically I write, from websites and blogs to newsletters and press releases. I’m inspired by wanting to tell people stuff and make a difference in their lives. Picturing them reading my content helps me write directly to them.
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