By keeping your delivery simple and your audience in mind, you will get much further at achieving your goal than if you try to outsmart everyone in the room.
While reflecting on whether writing information down on paper is effective or not, I thought about four specific times in which I personally prefer pen and paper.
During this time, the right thing for leaders to do is to communicate and ensure the wellbeing of their team. But what should that communication look like?
Being socially connected with others is considered a fundamental human need. With less physical social connections and isolation health risk may increase. But there are ways to combat isolation and loneliness to those who are at the most risk.
How can you improve your office’s training materials?
We’d like to invite you to participate in an upcoming video conference for agency communicators and public affairs folks.
How do you practically keep tabs on all the good nuggets of wisdom that come from workshops or insightful meetings? Here’s a neat trick you can put into practice today.
As our communication with colleagues and the public increasingly shifts to digital formats, it’s crucial that we strive to make all the content we put out accessible, particularly to people with disabilities who often experience barriers to accessing content.
Can one learn to see differences differently?
Here are four tips for public sector leaders who find themselves restricted to remote communication with their project teams during this outbreak.