Murray Calder

Murray Calder

Mostly by sharing images of words in the real world.  Sometimes by writing words about the world inside my head.  Sometimes by the medium of music.  Sometimes all three at once.
Matt Ballantine

Matt Ballantine

For quite some time I’ve been trying to put forward alternative metaphors to war (and sport for that matter – codified war IMO) in describing business.  The IT world is riddled with it – some sort of machismo throwback to not getting enough...
Katie Driver

Katie Driver

There are, in my view, strong links between language, thought and action. So it serves us well to reflect upon the language we use in our own thoughts and out loud with others – that is what I will aim to do with more precision. If I see chances to change...
Amanda Pelham Green

Amanda Pelham Green

Dr Mehrabian reminds us that 93% of the way we communicate attitude and feeling is non verbal. So, if at all possible, we need to communicate so that body language and tone can be seen and heard.
Dave Birss

Dave Birss

I’m continually frustrated with the language of businesses wanting to’attack’ and ‘own’ and ‘win’ and ‘defeat’. All of these words betray a dehumanising attitude to the humans they sell to, employ and conduct...
Emma Blake

Emma Blake

Since I have been introduced to this idea it has changed my whole world. I’m now actually hearing the words people use and what they mean.  I hear more clearly the impact of my language on others. I feel the words I choose deeply and it forces me in an...