Chris is the leading voice of the growing Content Marketing movement in the UK. His pioneering work has helped countless organisations grow through content marketing. His drive comes from a desire to help people break free from the world of interruption marketing.
Up until #GoWithThePro on 16th August 2018 I had never participated in a Twitter chat, let alone been a guest on one!
Cathy clearly had faith in me, and after a quick chat with Nicole it all made sense – it’s exactly just like being interviewed, except you are on Twitter instead of actually speaking to anyone…and those ‘watching’ can also chime in with questions and responses.
I’m so glad I prepped my answers to the questions otherwise I would have fell behind pretty quickly!
It was fast and furious, and I had a blast.
I thought you may find my prep helpful…so here are the 6 content marketing questions I was asked, along with my prepared responses and follow up related content.
Most people have a lack of ability to stay silent and hold their thoughts to themselves.
Their inner critic eats them alive from the inside out. People just can’t help themselves to tell you want they think. Whether you want to hear it or not.
This isn’t the first time someone has created a set of rules for feedback, but I feel the need to document this guidance. If anything, I can use it for myself in the future, and a bonus would be if you used it for something valuable too.
We know that feedback comes in many forms. Here I’m, focusing on the kind of feedback we give to people with the intention to improve something or to make something better.
There are three main steps in the rules for feedback.
Asking for feedback
Towards the end I’ve provided a few suggestions on how you can use this to create a culture of feedback and trust within a group of people.
It’s all pretty straight forward and ‘common sense’, but I’m certain we can all do better, and that includes me too.