8 ways to improve conversations at communications networking events

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I’m a big fan of communications networking events. There are so many to choose from now, especially in London, and they are often either free to attend, or there’s a small fee, typically around £20 to £25. They are popular too. Continue reading 8 ways to improve conversations at communications networking events

Good communication provides ‘good medicine’

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A woman went to see a doctor – the sixth one in succession – to get another opinion on her anxiety disorder. Going through her history, the doctor found the woman had been taking a weight loss product. He noted that when Continue reading Good communication provides ‘good medicine’

Neuroscience reveals effectiveness of face-to-face communication

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We all know that it often feels easier to ‘connect’ with people when talking face-to-face than when we use other channels such as email. But why is this? It appears that research in the field of neuroscience may now be Continue reading Neuroscience reveals effectiveness of face-to-face communication

It’s the little things that matter

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Tourists show more interest in the pigeons of Trafalgar Square than in Nelson’s Column. And more attention is given to the squirrels of Russell Square, than the looming Senate House or BT Tower. Why is this? In part, this is Continue reading It’s the little things that matter