Presenting with confidence – where to start

browningyork Communication channels, Communication lessons, General communication

So far this year I have presented to groups large and small about how to communicate effectively with their target audiences. These sessions have ranged from a large presentation to 70 people at a sector conference to smaller, targeted workshops for teams of 15 people and an information session for 15-17-year-olds on a citizenship scheme. I really enjoy presenting and …

Retro post: 8 tips for an effective presentation

browningyork Communication lessons, General communication, Retro post, Training

Last summer I shared some tips for communicating effectively if you are called upon to give a presentation at work. If you will be doing something similar in the autumn, why not take a look and see how you can up your game. So far this year I have presented to groups large and small about how to communicate effectively …

Retro post: summer hols communication lessons

browningyork Communication lessons, Inspiration, Planning, Retro post

At this point, several weeks into the school summer hols, communication with children is not always at its best. But in 2013 – the first summer holiday I had experienced since my then-5-year-old daughter had started school – I was inspired to write this blog about the comms lessons that you can learn from interaction with children. See if you …

Retro post: What’s on your to do list?

browningyork General communication, Planning, Retro post

This summer I’m going retro. I don’t mean with my choice of beach wear, but with the blog posts that I share. Each week during August I am going to re-publish something that I’ve written in a previous summer. Today I share with you something which I wrote way back in 2011 – it’s hard to believe this was so …

Communicate what you love

browningyork Engagement, General communication, Inspiration, Leadership communication, Resource article, Story-telling

Many years ago when the large charity I worked for was launching a particular employee initiative, I wanted to contact other organisations who had done something similar and ask for their advice and learning about the communications. Because I was in a junior role and felt inexperienced, I decided to ask a more senior colleague to cast an eye over …