5 tips for communicating goals

browningyork Change, Communication audiences, Communication lessons, Communication measurement, Inspiration, Strategy communication

At the end of March my business hits double figures. Yes, that’s right, this month I’m celebrating my 10th business birthday. It’s hard to believe that it’s a decade already, the time has flown by. In time-honoured fashion, I’m taking the birthday as a chance to look back at what I’ve achieved so far and set goals for the future. …

Use stories to demonstrate skills

browningyork Browning York News, General communication, Story-telling, University

Stories are a great way to demonstrate what you know or understand. Telling a story helps you to connect with other people too, showing what you can bring to the party. A story from my past Years ago when I was working at Cancer Research UK we produced a staff magazine which went out in hard copy once a month …

What makes a good story?

browningyork Browning York News, Communication lessons, Engagement, Inspiration, Kindness, Story-telling

I’ve just spent half an hour watching a Facebook live video of the bachelor chimp group at Monkey World in Dorset. I couldn’t tear myself away! And although this morning’s session wasn’t billed as a story, it strikes me that actually the team at Monkey World do a fantastic job of story-telling. Across their social media (as well as the …

Guest post: Measuring the impact of communication

browningyork Communication lessons, Communication measurement, General communication, Guest post, Planning

For this month’s guest post, we turn to our old friend, measurement and evaluation. I’m delighted to welcome freelance communicator, Adeeba Hussain, to share with us her tips for demonstrating that you have achieved your organisation’s ‘ideal state’. In today’s uncertain world of Covid-19, delivering effective communication is more important than ever. We, as communications practitioners can only determine effectiveness …