A chance to practise your communication skills while writing an important letter
In the busy day-to-day it can feel hard to find the time to write a comms strategy – but a quick-fire strategy is better than having nothing strategic at all.
Over the years I have worked with several organisations that had a high profile with the public. Content about them regularly appeared in the traditional media, as well as on social media. This coverage could be mixed in terms of being positive and negative. Some was based on fact, some based on rumour and hearsay. … Read more
Duplication. Inefficiency. Higher costs. Missed opportunities – for the organisation and for individuals. Bad feeling. Internal politics. Reputation issues. Loss of funding. If any of these problems sound familiar, your organisation may be suffering from silo-working patterns. There are a number of factors that can lead to this situation – such as conflicting priorities or … Read more
Email is generally held up to be the bane of business life. Especially now that so many of us have spent over a year working in different locations from our colleagues. We’ve all heard (and many of us have experienced) the horror stories of tidal waves of emails that just keep coming. But I have … Read more
Listening skills are valuable in many organisational contexts; use them wisely in your internal comms strategy and it will benefit everyone.
Over the years I’ve been privileged to work with a whole host of inspiring individuals and organisations. I’ve worked alongside them to realise the benefits of a strategic, planned approach to communicating. They have been at different stages and needed different outcomes from their work with me. Together we have assessed the advantages they would … Read more