To celebrate Browning York’s 10th birthday, I’ve put together a list of 10 guest blogs that I’ve been privileged to publish over the years.
I’m always on the look out for new guest writers, to give others a voice, particularly those who may not have had opportunities to be heard elsewhere. Contact me via email@example.com if you are interested in writing a guest piece.
Neil Thompson, CCO at employee engagement company, WorkInConfidence
How do you communicate with people before, during and after their employment (or volunteering) with you?
Phil Gowler, therapist, life coach and hypnotherapist, www.philgowler.co.uk
A model to help you identify communication styles
Sonia Wilson, charity HR consultant https://populo.org.uk/
Some things to consider in relation to communication and consultation during redundancy situations
Communications expert, Katie Jones
A handy checklist of what to include when you are writing a narrative for your organisation or project
Communications consultant and not-for-profit Board member, Helen Deakin
A useful read for anyone who wants to engage their Board with the importance of communication at their organisation
Charity leadership and change specialist, Caroline Doran
The irony of having published this guest blog in Jan 2020 is not lost on me! It has some really useful advice for anyone communicating the current, global, 12-month (and counting) change.
Leadership comms manager, Shalini Gupta
Top tips for being trusted partners to our leaders and supporting them to communicate well
Freelance communicator, Adeeba Hussain
A critical area for all communicators to get right and prove their worth
Training specialist, Rhian Morallee
The personal communication skills we will all need every year, no matter what is going on around us
The driver for these blogs is to amplify the kindness that I believe already exists in the world, to inspire people and encourage a more positive approach. Topics so far have been: ordinary people doing extraordinary things; being your own inner ally; and leadership with kindness.
You can find out more about why I feature guests in a LinkedIn article I wrote a few years ago.