Welcome to Mel Kettle Consulting
In 2006 I quit my job to become a marketing communication consultant, and I haven’t looked back. My first client is still a client, as they, like all my clients, seek to create a positive difference to people’s lives.
The most important factor that comes into play when I take on a new client is that we share common values – gratitude, integrity, honesty, a sense of social justice and a willingness to work hard for a successful outcome.
I work with my clients to help them build strong relationships that will create communities. This is done using a range of communication strategies and tactics. I am particularly determined to encourage my clients to embrace social media as it is a great tool to increase awareness of your brand, your product, your expertise, and, when done well, it enhances the service you provide to your stakeholders.
on August 26, 2015
I'm still thinking of much of what was spoken of at ProBlogger, now nearly two weeks ago. One of the biggest points that resonated with me was Find Your Why. Yes, it deserves upper case. Because It's Important. Sorry Susan and all my other spelling and grammar loving friends. So what is My Why? Well…
on August 19, 2015
At the end of the Problogger Training Event I attended over the weekend, we were encouraged to focus on just one thing to do after the event. For someone with a brain that whirls constantly, and is perpetually distracted by that bright new shiny thing, this is hard. Very hard. In my last post I…
on August 10, 2015
Most people who meet me don't realise I am an introvert. I probably even have a few family members who don't even realise I'm an introvert. And that is because I'm that not-so-rare social introvert. This means that while I love socialising, I also need my alone time to recharge - physically, mentally and emotionally. …
on August 6, 2015
One of the reasons I started my own business nine years ago was because I wanted greater flexibility with life. I had (and still have) many interests that aren't necessarily work related, and I wanted the time to be able to fit them all in. Probably my biggest non-work interest at the time was travel…