How to submit an article to

Thank you for your interest in submitting an article to

We are open to featuring a series of pieces on a number of insights should you find you have more thoughts you’d like to share.

Here are some useful guidelines to keep in mind:

  • Keep your article to 600-800 words;
  • Use honest, personable language (avoid jargon) with actionable takeaways/tips – think about what you want the reader to take away from this;
  • Try not to be too “salesy”;
  • Supply at least one image (min. 1MB, and as high-res as possible).

You can find an example of what an article could look like in Kate Alexander’s piece about “Communication in a crisis”.

As part of the agreement to publish your article, we ask you to link to the piece from your website. We will link to your site as well. This helps build your and our digital footprint and increases the organic (non-paid for) reach of your article.

Note that we reserve the right to sub-edit your article. If you are open to it, we may also pitch your article to a media outlet.

Once drafted, send your article to our editor for review at Please note we receive a number of submissions and not every submission will be published.

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