Developing a strategic approach to diversity communications

browningyork Browning York News, Case-study, Inspiration, University

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 …

Diversity and inclusion for communicators

browningyork Charity, General communication, Story-telling, University

When I saw a Diversity and Inclusion for Communicators course advertised by the Institute of Internal Communication a few months ago, I was really pleased. I knew this was an area I wanted to know more about, so I signed up straight away. Eighteen months ago I worked with the Diversity and Inclusion Deans at the University of Reading, providing …

Organisational and personal values

browningyork Case-study, Charity, Engagement, Organisational culture, University

Values are important to me. Maybe that’s why I work in the not-for-profit and academic sectors. It certainly helps with running my own business – the values that frame my working life are entirely my own, not something that has been dictated or developed by others. This ensures that the work I choose to do fits with my vision of …

Are you getting communication right?

browningyork Charity, Communication audiences, Communication channels, General communication, Organisational culture, Planning, University, Voluntary sector

“How do I make sure that people read my newsletter?” “How do I make people look at my website?” “How do I make sure that people listen to me?” These are questions which I regularly hear from charities and universities that I work with. And I usually have to answer with another question – how sure are you that you …

Need help with your communications in 2019?

browningyork Browning York News, Charity, General communication, Public sector, University, Voluntary sector

If so, I can help you to solve problems by communicating more effectively and motivating people to take actions. Communication is, apparently, the root of all evil – it is almost always cited in staff surveys and individual conversations at the water cooler as needing improvement. But there are always things you can do to make it better. As I …