Guest post: 3 tools to improve communication in your organisation

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My guest this month, coach for the self-employed Emma Cossey, shares her favourite communication tools for improving communication between colleagues – if your diary is over-run with unproductive meetings, this is the post for you. “Meetings should be like salt – a spice sprinkled carefully to enhance a dish, not poured recklessly over every forkful. Too much salt destroys a …

Guest post: The PAC communication model

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This month’s guest post is all about a model that you can use to identify your own and your colleagues’ communication styles. Thanks to Phil Gowler, from Woodley NLP, for explaining what it is and how to use it. Of all the pitfalls and problems there are in the workplace, and at home for that matter, communication tends to be …

Guest post for the Directory of Social Change

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Next month I will have the great pleasure of running a session at the Directory of Social Change (DSC) Charity Writing and Communications Training Days 2016. This is the third year I’ve done this and I’m very much looking forward to doing it again – it’s a great opportunity to meet new people from charities who are getting to grips …

Guest post: The communications lifecycle of an employee

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Thanks to Neil Thompson from employee engagement company, WorkInConfidence, for this guest post. It is well understood that there is a need for a good channel of communications between an organisation and its employees, but have you considered what might be required both before and after any employment? At WorkInConfidence we believe that there is a real need to captivate …