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It’s not what we do, it’s the way that we do it – that’s Delivering Differently
The Difference Collective has chosen a different way to work and to deliver our best work. Rejuvenating our industry’s senior talent with renewed purpose and impact is, to us, the crux of Delivering Differently
Three steps towards better health information
Health literacy impacts health outcomes and drives inequalities.
Clear, engaging and accessible health information can inspire
healthy lifestyle choices and support safe use of medicines. In this
blog, Sally Snow explores our role as healthcare communicators in
helping organisations achieve higher standards of health literacy.
Four pressing needs in healthcare communications
It’s our anniversary this month – and what a Difference four years makes. With clients’ needs continuing to evolve in tumultuous times, we’re sharing four healthcare communications trends we’ve seen emerging strongly.
Diverse talent campaign
Different kinds of talent and working practices are good for everyone. So, what can we do to support talent growth, development and retention in our industry, and to facilitate a truly diverse population of colleagues to work in whatever way they wish?
Lucky thirteen – our Collective home-working hacks
We’re always looking for new ways to increase our productivity and make remote working a positive experience for ourselves and our clients. We asked the team to share their tips hacks for maximum energy and engagement.
At home or in the office: What’s happening to the talent in our industry?
How do you fit a World of Difference into a state-of-the-art new office?
Obviously you don’t! The Difference Collective could never be permanently contained in a single office. Here’s the more serious message behind this morning’s April Fool.