We can ensure your strategy is understood and delivered by employees. We can help you to understand how each of you communicates in your team, identify your strengths and learn to make the most of your differences.
For those facing change (positive or more difficult), we can guide you through communicating with people during good and bad times so people believe the change has been done in the best way possible. We can also ensure you are prepared if things go wrong through a robust crisis management communication plan.
And there’s nothing we like more than taking complex and technical communication texts or messages and reshaping them into something that fits your brand and resonates with employees or customers.
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Communicate by starting to listen
We’d like to introduce you to LISA (Listen; Identify; Share; and Act).
Unlike some communication approaches, LISA starts to create meaningful communication by listening. Not a glance at whoever shouts loudest but a more meaningful listening to what the people most important to your organisation’s success currently think, feel and do.
Getting the balance right
We look at why it’s important to invest in internal and external communication equally and the consequences of not doing this correctly.
Being an inspirational leader: Enabling employees to be at their best every day
Much is spoken about employee engagement but don’t we just need employees to want to deliver their best every day? Not surprisingly employees want to feel motivated and able to deliver their best too. So, what happens in between to stop this from happening?
We look at this in three parts, starting in this article with part one:
- Employees need to believe in your organisation’s why
- Your actions need to match your words
- People deliver more when they feel valued
5 Ways to Ensure Your Messages are Remembered
It’s one thing knowing what you want to say but ensuring someone has understood the same message and that they remember it, is another one entirely. The reality is that its not all about what you want to tell the audience. You need to tune into what they want to know and then you can position your message so they want to listen.