Writing for impact in higher education

Language is the lens through which we reach out to, and interact with, the world. The potential of words, and how you communicate them, is infinite.

Invisible Grail explores new ways to communicate important ideas specific to the needs of those working in higher education. We encourage curiosity, questioning and practice that allows the space and time to try out these ideas, drawing on techniques in writing, theatre and the arts.

Our programmes are designed to develop skills that can be applied to real-time projects and more widely as part of personal expansion and growth. Participants will learn techniques to articulate key messages critical to engaging with others, and discover the confidence to find and trust their voice.

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Hong Kong skyline - University of Hong Kong case study. Example of impact in higher education.

University of Hong Kong – a case study

Working with the Faculty of Science at the University of Hong Kong, Paul Gentle spent a week with colleagues facilitating a programme which aims to build an informal leadership team spanning academic departments and professional services. Read the case study here.

 


Friday G&T

Friday G&T

Discover your Friday G&T (Gift & Tonic); a short piece of writing to spark a moment of creativity or create a minute of stillness. Published every Friday, these pieces are here to give your week a little lift. Try these out when you’re writing your next report, strategy, or yes, even email. Click here for your Friday G&T.

Missed last weeks?

Find oodles of inspiration from our Friday G&T gallery.