Accessibility and inclusive communication is not something you ‘add on’ to your communication, it is not an after thought or a finessing process. All communication should be built on accessible and inclusive foundations; only then will we be enabling and inclusive.
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We watched as her parents shattered into a million pieces and her friends battled to fathom why or how this had happened...
There are so many reports online, some with complex explanations and many with speculative content, which stir up rumours and concerns, so it is very important that we communicate clear facts and advice to employees.
Have you discovered the delights of IF THIS THEN THAT (IFTTT)?
Find out how I use Microsoft Power Automate to take care of repetitive admin tasks and when I'd NEVER use IFTTT.
My first post for 2020 and the festive break provided plenty of time for to reflect on what was achieved in 2019, analyse results and note down a few development areas...
We could all do with knowing a few hidden tips and tricks to help streamline our work day. Here are few of my favourites.
Have you ever considered the cumulative age of your team and wondered how to harness that experience?
I recently had the honour of attending the Mentis Care In MYnd Seminar run by Michelle Partington, and quite simply, it changed my life... it changed my life considerably. We heard from Michelle who had an ‘incredible career as the first female RAF paramedics to be deployed to the frontline. Michelle touched on this topic before... Continue Reading →
According to Thomson Reuters and Interbrand 40 years ago, only 5% of a company's market value was attributed to intangible assets, today this has increased to on average 75%. What are a company's intangible asset? None physical assets such as: Company brand recognition Personal/professional reputation of employees Business methodologies Goodwill Customer loyalty Among other things,... Continue Reading →
After many years of striving to build positive communication between the construction company’s ‘logo’ and the colleagues wearing that logo, I have built a passion for developing clear, two-way and mutually beneficial communication strategies. When a construction company takes over an ongoing contract, it doesn’t just inherit the project deliverables, it inherits the deliverers too.... Continue Reading →
From hard-hat to toe-cap. Ever wondered where the sayings, ‘head strong’, ‘gut instinct’ and ‘finding your feet’ come from. As human beings we receive and react to communication in all manner of ways. As a successful and highly-commended communications professional working in the construction and infrastructure industry, I have done my fair share of studying.... Continue Reading →