4 communication lessons for 4 decades

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

Yesterday was a big day for me – my 40th birthday! To celebrate the occasion, I have decided to write today about 4 communication lessons I have learnt during my 4 decades. (Don’t worry, I’ve also eaten cake, drunk champagne and spent lots of time with my lovely family and friends to celebrate – it’s not all work, work, work!) …

Transparent communication

browningyork Communication audiences, General communication, Voluntary sector

Today I have been reading a new, thought-provoking report released by one of my clients, ActionAid, and a number of their partners. The Transparency Report brings together contributions from 17 organisations, mostly in the not-for-profit sector but not exclusively, each of whom have shared their views on transparency with their stakeholders and why it is important to the delivery of …

Browning York Ltd is open for business

browningyork Charity, Communication lessons, Education, General communication, University, Voluntary sector

[getty src=”185233364?et=oUbK_02DSexPH687ST2izw&sig=llYApuUbbXiR2pKy8H9rQnhIDl0c0omrGkqJ5FX6KCA=” width=”463″ height=”370″]After a fabulous summer recharging my batteries, I’m now back in the office and raring to go. Lots of new thoughts, ideas and plans are flying around my head, ready to be honed, perfected and released. These are exciting times! The first thing on the list is to continue my work helping a leading university to engage …

Time to re-charge my batteries

browningyork General communication, Inspiration, Uncategorized

The first half of this year (plus a bit) has been quite something! I’ve travelled the length and breadth of the country; completed some communications projects and started new ones; worked with great people I’ve known for a while and with fantastic new clients; written all sorts of news pieces, articles and reports; listened to and documented the experiences of …

Does having a cuppa affect engagement levels?

browningyork General communication, Organisational culture

This week I’m pondering about tea (and coffee)…. I’ve just started a new interim contract with a client that I haven’t worked for before. It means a new organisation to get to know, new priorities and ways of working, a new office, new colleagues – and a whole new set of tea rules! Luckily things are fairly straightforward – there’s …