Always put yourself in the shoes of others – your business, your client, their audiences or their customers.
QUESTION AND ANSWER
How long have you worked at Weber Shandwick?
I joined the incredible team here in Australia in January 2015.
Whats the best thing you’ve ever seen happen inside the Weber Shandwick offices?
Aside from the passionate way the team approach ‘dress up’ parties, it is the way the different talents feed off each other to approach client challenges and solve these in new and compelling ways.
In Five Words or less, how would you describe your Weber Shandwick colleagues
Smart, international, deeply experienced, dynamic – just like an extended family.
If you need to get in the zone and focus on a project, what music is playing in your headphone?
When you work in communications, I find it is the quiet space or more natural sounds of the world that help me go into what some might call deep flow.
Whats your favourite restaurant in Sydney?
As a relatively regular visitor to Sydney (from Melbourne), I rarely dine at the same place twice – it is an excuse to try new places and spaces depending on the weather, the season and the people I am with. We are spoilt for culinary choice right across Australia.
Where would you love to travel in the world to gain inspiration?
All travel inspires me and opens my mind. There is so much I have seen, and yet so, so much more still to experience, understand and gain inspiration from.
If you weren’t working in this industry, what would you want to do?
I love to learn – be it new information, new recipes, new skills – food is a big part of my life, as are books, people and the environment. Something I would love to turn my hand to is floristry – the overwhelming scents and colours that deliver all manner of messages to the recipient.