2 words to improve your communication

browningyork Communication lessons, Engagement, Planning

During this piece I am going to share with you two words that will make a difference to the way you communicate. I know what you’re thinking. Can two words really improve your communication? Make people sit up and take notice? Create readers (and listeners) who will hang on your every word? Even, dare I say it, cause your colleagues …

Family communication lessons

browningyork Communication lessons, Engagement, General communication, Organisational culture

Today is my dad’s 70th birthday. Yesterday, to celebrate, we held a party lunch for him at a local pub. The extended family – kids, grandkids, aunties, uncles, cousins – came together for Sunday lunch and birthday cake and to raise a glass to his good health. With 25 of us in the room, all related and connected in different …

Do you need a communication or do you need to communicate?

browningyork Communication audiences, Communication channels, Communication lessons, Engagement, General communication, Planning

“I need a communication!” If I had a pound for every time I’ve heard that phrase during my career, the Sarah Browning Charitable Foundation would be up and running as a generous benefactor to many great causes. It’s always an interesting place to start a conversation because it gives me the opportunity to ask questions and find out what my …

Employee engagement

browningyork Charity, Engagement, General communication

Yesterday I attended the CharityComms Internal Communications group: a great chance to meet with other IC professionals in the not-for-profit sector, share ideas and talk about the things that we do that make a difference. With over 30 people in the room, it was encouraging to see how many charities are now taking communicating with their employees (and volunteers) seriously …