Who’s in the room?

browningyork Collaboration, Communication lessons, General communication, Kindness, Organisational culture

A few weeks ago I finally got round to watching the Channel 4 drama, It’s a Sin. It depicts the lives of a group of friends living in London in the 1980s as the HIV/AIDS crisis developed and impacted them directly. As you might expect from a series written by Russell T Davies, it was an engaging and moving story, …

Guest post: Communication – essential for becoming inclusive

browningyork Charity, Communication audiences, Guest post, Organisational culture, University

I have another great guest piece to share with you this month. Diversity and inclusion consultant, Ellie Highwood, explains how important it is for communications teams to work closely with equality and diversity teams. Together you can support your organisation or institution to be a positive place for all. There is one sure-fire way to guarantee that your Diversity and …

One size does not fit all

browningyork Browning York News, Communication audiences, Communication lessons, Planning, Strategy communication

Imagine you work for a charity that is developing an ambitious new strategy. You have decided that you can deliver a more secure future for thousands of young people by campaigning for systemic change, not just offering frontline services. This is exciting news for your organisation. You have been involved in the development of this new approach, as have selected …

Diversity and inclusion for communicators

browningyork Charity, General communication, Story-telling, University

When I saw a Diversity and Inclusion for Communicators course advertised by the Institute of Internal Communication last year, I was really pleased. I knew this was an area I wanted to know more about, so I signed up straight away. I had previously worked with the Diversity and Inclusion Deans at the University of Reading, providing advice on communication …