A country makes it illegal for your boss to text you after work. Why this is a good thing.
As mental health awareness starts to unearth in Switzerland’s media industry, it’s essential to talk about leadership and its responsibility regarding mental health issues.
Subscriber Vincenzo asked me three intriguing questions about the last issue’s topics. Here’s my advice. Good morning; first, I have to say that I’m very grateful for the responses I got after the newsletters on manipulative communication. I highly appreciate and value the exchanges with all of
In the last issue [https://www.getrevue.co/profile/janoschtroehler/issues/manipulative-communication-277281?utm_campaign=Digital%20Thought&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Revue%20newsletter] , I wrote about the manipulative behaviour I experienced recently. Here are some additional thoughts by a subscriber. And a few counter actions you could incorporate. Hey there,
Let’s talk a bit about teamwork perception. Good morning, a few weeks ago, I had a conversation, and one statement stuck with me until today. It was a discussion about me providing a solution. The other person said: “You should be excited about this opportunity. You’ll benefit from
Hi there, it’s been a long time since the last newsletter. However, I still was shocked that it’s been already three months. Time flew by like a fighter jet, and sometimes I felt like a passive passenger, not a pilot. The most critical decision in the past months
Last week, I began studying Digital Management at Hyper Island [https://www.hyperisland.com/programs-and-courses/part-time-ma-digital-management?utm_campaign=Digital%20Thought&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Revue%20newsletter] . The first couple of campus days were emotionally challenging, inspiring, and enlightening. Here’s my biggest takeaway so far. My motivation changed quite
Media executives like to talk about innovation but lack the will to change their management style. This week, I received another issue of Anita Zielina’s ‘Notes on Change,’ titled “Why I Moved to NYC to Train Innovative Media Leaders [https://mailchi.mp/43fee90bebe0/4-notes-on-change-why-i-decided-to-move-to-nyc-to-train-innovative-leaders?e=893350b47e&utm_campaign=Digital%
My canvas for prioritizing and organizing my resources. In 2007, I finally knew what I’d wanted to do for a living. It was the school’s newspaper that led me to become a journalist – no matter what. During my apprenticeship, I started an online magazine called Negative White, covering