Guest post: The PAC communication model

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This month’s guest post is all about a model that you can use to identify your own and your colleagues’ communication styles. Thanks to Phil Gowler, from Woodley NLP, for explaining what it is and how to use it. Of all the pitfalls and problems there are in the workplace, and at home for that matter, communication tends to be …

10 great communications from 2017

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I spend my working life helping my charity and education clients to improve their communications, solving their problems by motivating their audiences to take actions. To celebrate the end of another year where effective communication has again proved a powerful tool for many, I asked some lovely people I know to tell me which communications they have enjoyed in 2017. …

Catching the ball in the procurement world

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Last month I ran a session at the LUPC-SUPC conference in London – this is a specialist conference for University procurement professionals. The full agenda for the day covered a vast range of topics including supply chain, modern slavery, economic trends and the position of the Higher Education sector. My break out session was towards the end of the day …

Guest post: 5 tips to build your employee wellbeing strategy

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Today is World Health Day and I am delighted to introduce a guest post from Lucy Whitehall, a positive psychologist and masters-level coach from Transform and Thrive. She has kindly agreed to share her top tips for keeping your employees healthy. I was privileged to attend the Mind Workplace Wellbeing Index awards last week and meet many of the nominees …

Guest post for the Directory of Social Change

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Next month I will have the great pleasure of running a session at the Directory of Social Change (DSC) Charity Writing and Communications Training Days 2016. This is the third year I’ve done this and I’m very much looking forward to doing it again – it’s a great opportunity to meet new people from charities who are getting to grips …