I live in Canada and I have 2.5 hours left to vote. I really don’t want to go out in the rain (tho I will for yoga…) Last election, I was so mad when I went to vote with a friend and he told me he spoiled his ballot. Doubly gave him shit when heRead… Read more »
Posts By Nina Adrianna
Today someone called the Community Manager (that’s me) to request that a comment posted by their employee be removed from the intranet site that all 30,000 employees have access to. The comment is in response to a corporately-supported article about supervisors, which invited people to share their thoughts online. The comment that incited the phoneRead… Read more »
There is a policy at work I don’t agree with, and yesterday I poked my boss (again) to remind him that it doesn’t align with the direction that’s been set out for our organization. I asked him how I could help change it. He said I could be patient. I’ve been told to be patientRead… Read more »
poems. I had written ‘poets’ but then I realized that there are likely some poets out there, and artists too. That sounds ridiculous though, doesn’t it? We have to stay neutral being government and all.
My boss and I had an exchange last week that a couple hundred people overheard because it happened online: I wrote a blog about having a bad week at work, and she responded. To be honest, I wasn’t sure if her post made me feel uncomfortable or whether I was fine with it. I gaveRead… Read more »
This week I felt powerless in affecting change in the organization. So, when I was invited on a field trip to the petting zoo yesterday to help with a video shoot for a cool project, I definitely said ‘yes’ to the mini escape. Petting cute baby goats with little kids around was tritely therapeutic. StandingRead… Read more »
Last week I hosted a session for the BC Public Service community on the topic, ‘The Future of Social Media in Government,’ in which Steve Ressler was a guest presenter. As Steve has mentioned, I opened the session listing the top 10 reasons for why we shouldn’t use social media in government. Being the CommunityRead… Read more »