Do you have a communication culture?

browningyork Communication channels, Communication lessons, General communication, Organisational culture

Being an independent communications specialist with my own limited company, I wear many hats, often several at the same time. I am employer, employee, communications expert, finance director, accounts clerk, marketing team, social media manager, facilities manager, business developer, tea maker… the list goes on! Personally, I enjoy the variety (most of the time) and love how much I am …

3 point plan for selecting the best channels

browningyork Communication channels, Communication lessons, Organisational culture, Planning

I regularly discuss selecting the best communication channels with my clients. They may have been using the same methods for many years, not really knowing why, or they may not be sure what to use for the best, so they try lots of different things. To ensure that you are using the best methods of communication to reach your intended …

Carrying out an internal comms audit

browningyork Browning York News, Case-study, Charity, Communication audiences, Organisational culture, Volunteers

Over the summer I am sharing examples of some of the projects I’ve been involved with over the years. I love the variety of clients I am lucky enough to work with and the ways in which I can help them communicate better in order to achieve their objectives. If you are taking the summer to plan your future comms …

4 tips for summer communication

browningyork Communication audiences, Communication lessons, General communication, Organisational culture, Planning

The summer can be a funny time for organisational communication in most workplaces. At any given time, many colleagues will be away on holiday and those who are in the office may find themselves covering more work than usual. For some teams, such as the admissions teams at universities for example, the summer is the exact opposite of quiet – …

Guest post: Growing a sales mindset in a charity

browningyork Change, Charity, Engagement, Guest post, Organisational culture

Building a sales mindset can be hugely powerful for your charity – but where should you start? This month’s guest post comes from sustainable income advisor, Ruth Dwight, who has provided some great ideas for how to discuss the need to grow income in new ways with your employees and volunteers. As the funding environment for charities continues to get …