Ep 018: 3 Strategies for Tighter Use of Language & Labels in your Review
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So many of us in the world of reviews are ready to leave behind the use of loose terms or stock phrases which detract from a sharp analysis. At best they can be  irritating. At worst they are confusing, misleading or utterly baffling.

We all have to use subjective language at times, but we can back it up with fact in a way that’s not too wordy or time consuming.

In this episode you will hear more talk about this not being confined to language used in practice on the ground, but also in reviews. This is not judgement, it’s full ownership of the fact that it starts with each of us.

If this is of interest to you please do download the FREE resource sheet below.

Links & References from the show :

Complexity and challenge: a triennial analysis of SCRs 2014-2017 (publishing.service.gov.uk)


Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel Annual Report, May 2021

www.reviewconsulting.co.uk/SILP   Workshop 19th July 2021

Language & Labels resource sheet

Leaders in Review Practice https://bit.ly/SILP10thBN 

@LtdReview      LinkedIn

ReviewConsultingLtd      reviewconsultingltd

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