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January 14, 2016
My Word
At My Word, we have taken a fresh look at engagement, and in particular how we communicate to engage. We offer more than 20 years experience of communication and engagement in high performing organisations, along with a fresh and practical perspective on what really works today. Measurement, strategy, training or communication services are all within our...
January 6, 2016
My Word
A new year is upon us and that is always a time for new resolutions and thinking about what the future might hold. There is also lots of discussion about what it means for the communications industry. In a world where much content about your business will be generated by your employees, your customers and...
October 12, 2015
My Word
Ever since I was a young I have been fascinated by words and when and how to use them…. I was an early fan of ‘call my bluff’. It is no great surprise that we named our business My Word as when you are true to your word it speaks volumes. Below are a selection...
July 26, 2015
My Word
By Marilyn Alexander, Communications Consultant.  Peter Arnett is reporting from the Al-Rashid hotel in Baghdad as the first air strikes of the Gulf war hit the Iraqi capital. He’s live on CNN. Audiences around the world are gripped. The 24-hour news channel has come of age. Fast forward to January 2011. Tahrir Square, Egypt. Citizen journalism ensures...
April 30, 2015
My Word
At My Word we are passionate about bringing stories to life. Whether it be the story of how your business started, where it is going, or your ambitions for the future, your ‘story’ can set you apart. We are equally passionate about thinking creatively and visually about how we might share your story. Which is...
February 19, 2015
My Word
By Claire Grundy| Communications advisor and practitioner| It’s often said that the ‘deal’ between employers and those they employ has changed.  Back in the day, apparently, you signed up with a company for the long term. The reputation of the business you joined was crucial.  Security of tenure, steady progression and feeling ‘looked after’ were just as...
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