Communication training for Small Charities Coalition

browningyork Browning York News, Charity, Training, Voluntary sector

Yesterday I ran an Effective Communication for your Charity training workshop on behalf of Small Charities Coalition. With 13 attendees from a range of different organisations in the room we had lots of discussion, lots of practice of communication techniques and a few laughs too. They may have come from different organisations with a variety of charitable purposes and objectives, …

My communication resolutions for 2017

browningyork Browning York News, Communication lessons, General communication, Leadership communication, Story-telling, Training

Happy New Year! As a general rule, I don’t tend to make new year’s resolutions. Like a lot of targets, they seem to me to often be setting yourself up to fail. They’re usually full of things I think I should be stopping or doing more of and not the things that I really want to do. But this year …

Guest post for the Directory of Social Change

browningyork Browning York News, Charity, Communication lessons, Guest post, Planning, Training

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 …

How can I help you with your communications?

browningyork Browning York News, Charity, General communication, Leadership communication, Strategy communication, Training, University

My clients are busy people, with lots to do and lots to achieve. They recognise that communication at their organisation needs improving – often because other people have told them so – but they don’t know where to start, haven’t got enough pairs of hands or they don’t feel confident enough in their own communication abilities to be sure that …

Communication training: what does your organisation need?

browningyork Charity, General communication, Leadership communication, Organisational culture, Training, University

In theory every employee at an organisation should be able to communicate with others. In our modern, connected world, it is unusual not to communicate with any other human being at all – whether it be chatting to your family over dinner, exchanging views in an online chat forum or simply saying good morning to the cat (not a human …