Accessible and inclusive communications

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.

When the construction ‘logo’ blossoms

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 →

Hard-hat to toe-cap, mind the perception gap

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 →

The Cleopatra Communications Strategy

Cleopatra - the Strategic Communicator One of the most inspirational studies I have encountered in quite a while begins with the following extract. The reign of Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt offers a rare historical glimpse into ancient communication activities and how communication was used by the world’s last pharaoh. This historical research reveals how... Continue Reading →

What did I learn from #Inktober2017

What is #Inktober? Inktober was created by Jake Parker back in 2009. Jake is a well published artist who has some very well known works and clients. ('Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs', 'Epic' and 'Horton Hears a Who', to name but a few...) Jake says, “Every October, artists all over the world take on... Continue Reading →

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