How about some collaboration round here?

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The unprecedented times that we are all facing right now undoubtedly have many dark, frightening aspects. But I have also noticed that there are some signs of hope for our uncertain future – communities coming together, creativity flourishing, a sense of taking actions for the greater good. Something that gives me hope is the examples of collaboration between organisations, especially …

Guest post: What does good project management look like?

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My guest this month, freelance project manager Nina Lenton, provides some really useful input for successfully managing a communications project. With the unprecedented times we are all currently living through, I’m sure there will be many projects being reassessed, now and in the medium to long term. I hope that Nina’s advice will help you as you move forward. As …

3 vital elements for team communication

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I first wrote and scheduled this blog piece a while ago. It seems to me that in these unprecedented times of ‘social distancing’ and increased home working, effective communication for teams is more important than ever. We need to support each other and communicating well is part of that. If you are planning how your team is going to stay …

What does communication success mean to you?

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Following on from last week’s blog, when I shared my thoughts on what makes communication successful, I decided to ask others what successful communication means to them. I posed the question in a couple of Facebook groups I am part of and this blog shares the answers I received. I was struck by the similarities in the responses, having set …

How to communicate successfully

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Before we get into the detail of how to create communication success, we need to talk about what success actually means in this context. According to the Collins dictionary, the definition is: So you might consider that you have succeeded in communicating when: You have sent something out You have sent something out without factual or grammatical errors People saw/read/heard …