Anke Holst Blog

Being Present Online: It’s harder than ever, but it’s still as important as ever 0

Being Present Online: It’s harder than ever, but it’s still as important as ever

This is a talk I gave at Workplace Trends in October 2015 Here is the script 1 “If all my possessions were taken from me with one exception, I would choose to keep the...

How to stay sane online 0

How to stay sane online

How to stay sane online from Anke Holst 1. How to stay sane online 2. Yet, learning to communicate online comes with varied, often opposed whys, whats, hows and wheres. 3. Confusion and other...

There are some things about your online identity you can only do yourself 0

There are some things about your online identity you can only do yourself

Still using yesterday’s slide from 2009 as inspiration, I’m again attempting to improve how I think about what exactly I do and why anyone should hire me. (I think I like the slide because...

A lesson in indiscriminate change 4

A lesson in indiscriminate change

I felt incredibly uneasy at #responsiveorg, an unconference for changemakers and those who identify thus. It took me a while to organise my thoughts into something I can share. A ‘changemaker’ goes into an...

You’re a person. You’re analogue. Your online presence should be too. 0

You’re a person. You’re analogue. Your online presence should be too.

There is a very simple fallacy in a ‘doing social in order to…’ approach. Anything you do in life with a binary goal – yes/no – can only go two ways. You either succeed...