The workplace is increasingly stressful: complex, demanding, and fast-paced. Thriving is the capacity to transform everyday workplace stress into opportunities for innovation, collaboration, development and growth.
Dr. Geo Takach and Dr. Chaseten Remillard from the BA in Professional Communication program discuss how visual communications is disruption relationship, politics and even society. This webinar on "The Power of Communication in a Visual World" addresses how the rise of social media has helped to make images the predominant form of communication of our time.
Nine artisans on Gabriola Island reveal the differences between mass manufactured and authentic locally handmade through intimate portraits of their work and lifestyle. 'A Time for Making' is a new documentary film by Phillip and April Vannini.
In keeping with the ethics and practical focus of our School of Communication and Culture, and Royal Roads University as a whole, Associate Professor Geo Takach’s latest book, Tar Wars (University of Alberta Press, 2017), has attracted interest and approval from sources beyond the scholarly community.