2 words to improve your communication

browningyork Communication lessons, Engagement, Planning

During this piece I am going to share with you two words that will make a difference to the way you communicate. I know what you’re thinking. Can two words really improve your communication? Make people sit up and take notice? Create readers (and listeners) who will hang on your every word? Even, dare I say it, cause your colleagues …

Family communication lessons

browningyork Communication lessons, Engagement, General communication, Organisational culture

Today is my dad’s 70th birthday. Yesterday, to celebrate, we held a party lunch for him at a local pub. The extended family – kids, grandkids, aunties, uncles, cousins – came together for Sunday lunch and birthday cake and to raise a glass to his good health. With 25 of us in the room, all related and connected in different …

Top tip for communication this year

browningyork Communication lessons, General communication, Uncategorized, University, Voluntary sector

Happy New Year and welcome to 2016! This is the time of year when we are traditionally inundated with advice to make New Year’s resolutions to change things AND with advice not to make resolutions as they only set us up to fail. So I’m not going to advise a resolution to change your communication approach in your organisation, I’m …

An internal comms plan for Santa

browningyork Christmas, Communication audiences, Communication lessons

I liked this post from last December so much, I decided to share it again this year! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it….. Santa’s Internal Comms Plan I’m not sure of the exact employment status of the elves – does Santa pay them a living wage or are they volunteers, working at the …

How can I help you with your communications?

browningyork General communication, Planning

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 …