SERVICES

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Communications

Employee Communications

Inform, Engage, Transform

If your internal audience understands and believes in the organization’s vision, their role in bringing it to fruition, and the upside to doing so, then they can live up to the cliché of “being our greatest asset” and actually become much more: engaged ambassadors who care as much about the organization’s success as you do. Strategic employee communications plays a key role in this transformation.

Change Communications

Move People at the Speed of Business

As the saying goes: Change isn’t easy. But, as we know, the success of our businesses almost always requires it. The good news is that with the proper leadership, change management, and change communications approach, is possible to successfully achieve the shift you’re seeking — whether it’s for a strategic transformation, merger, acquisition, restructuring, spin-off, leadership transition, or other key business milestone.

HR Communications

Capture Employees’ Minds and Hearts

No matter what the topic — employee benefits, wellness programs, total rewards, retirement planning, executive compensation, or learning and development — there are more demands on HR communications than ever before. You must deliver table stakes (i.e., factual material that meets legal requirements) while being more compelling than ever, in a way that cuts through the clutter and grabs employees’ attention with heart, humor, and relevance.

Business Writing

Make Your Point with Impact

With a journalism degree from one of the country’s best schools, I believe skillful writing is at the heart of all effective communication. Whether it’s a memo, a presentation, website copy, a brochure, a newsletter article, or something else, my solid writing skills help you make your point with clarity and drive desired results.

Employee Communications

Inform, Engage, Transform

If your internal audience understands and believes in the organization’s vision, their role in bringing it to fruition, and the upside to doing so, then they can live up to the cliché of “being our greatest asset” and actually become much more: engaged ambassadors who care as much about the organization’s success as you do. Strategic employee communications plays a key role in this transformation.

Change Communications

Move People at the Speed of Business

As the saying goes: Change isn’t easy. But, as we know, the success of our businesses almost always requires it. The good news is that with the proper leadership, change management, and change communications approach, is possible to successfully achieve the shift you’re seeking — whether it’s for a strategic transformation, merger, acquisition, restructuring, spin-off, leadership transition, or other key business milestone.

HR Communications

Capture Employees’ Minds and Hearts

No matter what the topic — employee benefits, wellness programs, total rewards, retirement planning, executive compensation, or learning and development — there are more demands on HR communications than ever before. You must deliver table stakes (i.e., factual material that meets legal requirements) while being more compelling than ever, in a way that cuts through the clutter and grabs employees’ attention with heart, humor, and relevance.

Business Writing

Make Your Point with Impact

With a journalism degree from one of the country’s best schools, I believe skillful writing is at the heart of all effective communication. Whether it’s a memo, a presentation, website copy, a brochure, a newsletter article, or something else, my solid writing skills help you make your point with clarity and drive desired results.

How It Works

Communication Approach

A typical communications or consulting engagement involves these five steps:

01.
Explore our fit

We do a chemistry check and talk
about share expectations.

04.
Seal the deal

We sign on whatever dotted lines are required.

05.
Get started

This is when the
real fun begins

02.
Collect background

We schedule a separate
meeting or call to gather more
details about the project.

03.
Prepare a project proposal

We agree to a proposal that
includes scope, activities,
timing, and budget.

01.
Explore our fit

We do a chemistry check and talk
about share expectations.

02.
Collect background

We schedule a separate
meeting or call to gather more
details about the project.

 

03.
Prepare a project proposal

We agree to a proposal that
includes scope, activities,
timing, and budget.

04.
Seal the deal

We sign on whatever dotted lines are required.

 

05.
Get started

This is when the
real fun begins