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Done well, a media interview can give you great press coverage, improving brand perception or mitigating a crisis. But handled badly, that media exposure could have a negative impact on your reputation. Even the most sure-footed spokesman can bomb an interview if they haven’t planned properly. This is where media training comes in. What is […]

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How not to break bad news to your staff

When it comes to change communications remember: people won’t remember what you said or what you did, but they will remember how you made them feel Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the lasts few weeks, chances are, you caught the news that BBC Two’s ‘The Victoria Derbyshire Show’ has been axed. While […]

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The UK Press: You Don’t Know What You’ve Got ‘til it’s Gone

It’s a long-held belief that you ‘don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone’, or so the Joni Mitchell song goes. But, as we step into the next decade, it appears that this saying, once reserved for discussing failed relationships, both personal and romantic, applies significantly to other elements of our life and society. When […]

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The People’s Powerhouse Convention and Coverage 2019

It was lovely to be asked to contribute my thoughts to a round up on the third People’s Powerhouse convention which took place in Sunderland last month. It was definitely my favourite yet – I thought the choice of venue Sunderland’s Beacon Of Light was inspired – it’s great that the movement is helping shine […]

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The Importance of Internal Communications

When running any organisation or business there are many things you need to consider, but one of the most important is how engaged your people are. One of the most effective ways that any organisation can do this is through effective internal communications. What is internal communications? Internal communications isn’t rocket science. It’s all about […]

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