Guest post: The PAC communication model

browningyork Communication lessons, General communication, Guest post

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 …

Retro post: what’s your communication preference?

browningyork Communication audiences, General communication, Inspiration, Retro post

Five years ago I published this piece about communication preferences and it’s something I still talk to my clients about today – knowing their audiences’ preferences is a key part of effective communication… In the woods near where I live, the leaves on the trees are now displaying a beautiful array of colours. I always find autumn visually inspiring and …

What’s next?

browningyork Education, General communication, Inspiration, University

This week my thoughts are turning to graduation and careers. With universities up and down the country erecting marquees, polishing the champagne flutes and preparing to celebrate the achievements of their students, there is an air of excitement and pride that adds a buzz to the whole university community. At the same time, for many individuals donning their gowns and …