Chatbot for planning and estimating policies and procedures

We have created an experimental chatbot that can help you with planning and estimating your policies and procedures. See: Cherryleaf policies and procedures planning chatbot The chatbot is based on OpenAI’s GPTS technology. A GPTs is a customised version of ChatGPT that combines instructions, extra knowledge, and other skills. This chatbot is configured to help… Read more »

Our next policies and procedures course: 5/6 March 2024

The next public policies and procedures writing course will be delivered in two parts on the mornings (0930-1230) of Tuesday 5th March and Wednesday 6th March 2024. Cherryleaf’s policies and procedures training course teaches you how to write clear and effective policies and procedures, in a straightforward and efficient way. These documents are important, because:… Read more »

Nine reasons why successful companies have strong policies and procedures

A policy and procedures writer, a Black man in his forties, focusing on a screen in a contemporary workspace.

Well-documented policies and standardised procedures are crucial for organisations of all types and sizes.Here are nine reasons why they provide value. Restructures and mergers When teams or companies merge, blending disparate ways of working, policies facilitate consistency and coordination. Documented guidelines enable smooth integration and reduce friction. Scaling an operation As a company grows, relying… Read more »

Policies and procedures writing training course on 22 and 23 March 2023

We’ve scheduled a public policies and procedures writing training course for the mornings of 22 and 23 March 2023. The course will be delivered in two sessions: The first half between 09:30-12:30 (UK time), and the second half on the next day between 09:30-12:30 (UK time). It will be delivered over Microsoft Teams. This course… Read more »

Rewriting a procedure so it’s clearer – A walkthrough

This is a walkthrough of how to improve an existing procedure so it’s easier to understand. We take an old Brigade Order from a Fire and Rescue Service and go through the process of reorganising the content and re-writing the text.