Frank Bradley

I live in Kilkenny, Ireland, and I'm married with one daughter. I was born in Derry, and came to Kilkenny via Manchester, England, and Dublin. My passion is all things Social Media, and for the last 2 years I have been working as a Social Media Evangelist for Oracle, where I have worked for the last 8 years. This role entails, promoting the use of Social Media internally for improved communication and collaboration. My other interests include sports, especially football (soccer), reading, video games, movies/tv, music and walking.

Posts by frankbradley:

What Makes An After Action Review Successful

In part 2, I want to follow up with an overview of what needs to be done to ensure that an After Action Review is successful. Let’s get straight to it, with my 8 new tips...

After Action Review: A Structure For Project Reflection

After Action Reviews are a useful tool for analyzing what happened, why it happened, and how it can be done better, by the participants and those responsible for the project...

8 Ways To Use Mind Maps For Business

A few years ago I was introduced to Mind Maps by a colleague as a way of organising and structuring my thoughts. In this post I'd like to share some thoughts I have about where Mind Maps can be used effectively in business...

Getting Into Shape When Working From Home

In my experience when working from home, it is very important is to ensure that you are in the right place, both mentally and physically. I’d like to share with you...

Creating Great Body Language Over The Phone

In today’s modern business world we can’t avoid using the phone, and we need to develop skills to compensate for the absence of body language. In this post I will share some hints and tips for creating great body language over the phone...

Metro Bank UK: A Missed Social Media Opportunity?

Metro Bank- appears to have totally ignored the use of Social Media, during their recent launch. Have they missed out on a huge opportunity to create brand awareness and draw in new customers?

Making your Presentations Memorable

Presentations can be difficult and quite often stressful. In this post I share some practical advice on how to make your presentations memorable.