Are you listening to me?

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Often as an internal communicator in the charity and higher education sectors I find myself needing to communicate with diverse groups of people. From fundraisers to policy makers, from researchers to HR managers, from practice staff to tutors. And many more besides! This is one of the parts of my job that I love best: getting to know and understand …

What a year!

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As we head towards Christmas and the start of a brand new year, the tendency is to look back over the year that is ending and make plans for the one that is coming up. Personally, I have had quite a year! Setting up Browning York Ltd has been a steep learning curve and it has also been a lot …

‘What do you do?’

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Last night I attended a Third Sector networking event, run for York University alumni- https://www.yorkspace.net/page.aspx?pid=749&srctid=1&erid=211709&trid=ab3a2769-3a75-4795-b03b-659b7735a12f. It was the inaugural event and I thoroughly enjoyed it, meeting some lovely and very interesting people all of whom work for or with organisations who want to change the world. As always, it was interesting to see the reactions to the work that I …

Listening

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Great excitement for me this week as I have finally bought myself a netbook computer so that I can make the most of all the time I spend on trains, travelling to and from my clients’ offices. The process of buying it brought me into contact with several sources of communication about these machines and showed me once again how …

Magic bullet

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It’s an interesting point that in so many cases once a manager ‘sees the light’ and realises that communicating with internal stakeholders is central to the success of their work, they seem to think that’s enough. “We’ve ticked the internal communications box, job’s done” Well, no, not quite…. As a professional communicator, I believe that part of my role working …