Learn the art of story
Neo is offering half-day storytelling workshops in London and Brighton, tailored for communications professionals working in the non-profit sector.
Bring your whole self: March meetups
Come along to our free sessions in Brighton & London and explore what wholeness at work could mean for you.
What insurance should you lose?
A thought on the skills you have and the skills you should use.
Take the Hero’s Journey
Want to tell a story of change in the world? Sharpen up your storytelling with the Hero’s Journey.
What makes a great ‘brand idea’?
Sometimes a simple concept can power a brand story for years. Here’s how we define a brand idea, and three of our favourites.
Designing a wiser behaviour change campaign
We think identifying shared purpose among the groups we’re trying to influence is one of the most helpful ways to shape a powerful campaign.
The tribal dance around climate change
How framing the fight against climate change as a left-wing cause scuppers conversation with the sceptics.
Five tips for co-coaching
When professional consultancy’s not an option, consider the DIY option (Do It Yourselves).
It’s not (just) what you do
Powerful ways to work, learned through our project with Brighton & Hove Integrated Care Service.
Three NHS Sustainability Awards for Care Without Carbon
Early recognition for our ‘Dare to Care’ campaign
Will content power a renewables revolution?
Kind of, says Trillion Fund’s Sarah Lewis-Hammond.
No Cause An Island?
I first heard of Common Cause a while ago, but it was only when working with COIN recently, digging through their resources on Talking Climate, that I rediscovered it.
Meaning Conference – what it meant to us
Our highlights from Brighton’s most purposeful day out.
Carbon Conversations, Meyer & Mayer and a hub for Brighton?
Thoughts shared at the first Brighton Sustainability Comms meetup.
Herding cats? How to commit to change
Charlie recently gave a candid talk at Dare Conference about coaching, content strategy and the role of values – watch the full video, filmed at The Barbican in London.