What if….you were your own inner ally?

browningyork Guest post, Inspiration, Kindness

Being kind has many elements to it. Showing kindness to others is an important aspect, as is treating yourself well. For this month’s ‘What If’ blog, I’m delighted to bring you this piece from Lucy Whitehall, a positive psychologist and coach who shares with us her personal story of self-compassion. Imagine if you will, that your dear friend is struggling …

What if we believe ordinary people have the power to do extraordinary things

browningyork Guest post, Inspiration, Kindness, Story-telling, Volunteers

During 2021 I’m sharing stories of kindness. Speaking up about the things that people do to help others and make their day better. Each month I’m going to publish a ‘What If…’ blog to inspire us all to think about how we already make the world a kinder place and ideas for things we could do. My first ‘What If’ …

5 ways to be kind to your colleagues

browningyork General communication, Inspiration, Organisational culture, Story-telling

I believe in the power of kindness. Of doing things that make other people smile, that make them feel better. Even if that’s only for a brief while. And this year I’m making it my mission to talk more about kindness and to share stories of kindness as much as I can. Kindness in the workplace Times are hard, we …

Hopes for communication in 2021

browningyork Christmas, Collaboration, General communication, Guest post, Story-telling

At this point in a ‘normal’ year I would be asking people to tell me about their favourite piece of communication from the year, to publish as a ‘best of’ blog during December. But this year I just can’t bring myself to do it! I decided instead to publish a more hopeful list. So I asked my guest bloggers and …

3 tips to find your outcomes

browningyork Charity, Communication lessons, Communication measurement, General communication, Voluntary sector

Although it doesn’t always feel like it, we have come a long way in the communications world this year. Looking at outcomes rather than outputs is a good way to help yourself recognise what you have achieved. What’s the difference? Of course, outputs and outcomes sound very similar. So what does each term mean? How do they differ from each …