What does communication success mean to you?

browningyork Communication audiences, Communication lessons, Communication measurement, General communication

Following on from last week’s blog, when I shared my thoughts on what makes communication successful, I decided to ask others what successful communication means to them. I posed the question in a couple of Facebook groups I am part of and this blog shares the answers I received. I was struck by the similarities in the responses, having set …

How to communicate successfully

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Before we get into the detail of how to create communication success, we need to talk about what success actually means in this context. According to the Collins dictionary, the definition is: So you might consider that you have succeeded in communicating when: You have sent something out You have sent something out without factual or grammatical errors People saw/read/heard …

20 things I learned from #CharityMeetup

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Last night I went along to a Charity Meetup – a networking event aimed at people working for and with charities. As a communications specialist working with not-for-profit organisations, I always enjoy meeting like-minded souls, sharing ideas and best practice from our wonderful – and sometimes challenging – sector. The Charity Meetup events always take a different theme and this …