5 tips to improve email communication

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Email is generally held up to be the bane of business life. Especially now that so many of us have spent over a year working in different locations from our colleagues. We’ve all heard (and many of us have experienced) the horror stories of tidal waves of emails that just keep coming. But I have a confession to make… I …

10 guest blogs to celebrate 10 years

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To celebrate Browning York’s 10th birthday, I’ve put together a list of 10 guest blogs that I’ve been privileged to publish over the years. I’m always on the look out for new guest writers, to give others a voice, particularly those who may not have had opportunities to be heard elsewhere. Contact me via sarah@browningyork.com if you are interested in …

5 tips to communicate dry subjects

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Today I am blogging about something that we know we will need to communicate about in 2021 and beyond – dry subjects. Topics such as procurement, data compliance and health and safety. (I say this with love; I have worked with enough procurement teams over the years to believe that you are a truly misunderstood group.) My recent blog posing …

Guest post: Measuring the impact of communication

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For this month’s guest post, we turn to our old friend, measurement and evaluation. I’m delighted to welcome freelance communicator, Adeeba Hussain, to share with us her tips for demonstrating that you have achieved your organisation’s ‘ideal state’. In today’s uncertain world of Covid-19, delivering effective communication is more important than ever. We, as communications practitioners can only determine effectiveness …