Training / Communications Blog

We blog weekly about training and communications. If our posts strike a chord of elephantine proportions, do comment – we love a good conversation.

What we need to hear from Harry Clarke

We’ve become used to apologies being issued throughout August – usually when it’s too late to be meaningful. Any refusal to say sorry, whether it’s delayed or missing altogether, naturally grabs headlines. The aim of this blog is to give you a clear structure for dealing with incidents when they go wrong, respecting the victims of […]

26th August 2015

Labouring in Vain

Leadership. Many talk about it, but fewer demonstrate it. So when the Labour Party play out their leadership battle over the summer “silly season”, the contest gains more publicity than normal and is subject to greater media scrutiny. Only one candidate has shown signs of leadership.

18th August 2015

Chinese Whispers: 3 Golden Rules for Social Media

Three simple rules for social media in the aftermath of the Tianjin bombings – and four case studies to show you the good, the bad, the ugly and the absent. Learn about why you must get involved in social media, how to make the most of it and how to react to negativity.

14th August 2015

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