Management communication is becoming increasingly important in competitive markets where strategy, values, and branding are in focus. More than ever, leadership communication is crucial for results, motivation, and job satisfaction.

We teach and train both larger leadership groups and individuals in the following competencies:

  • Role focus – when am I, for example, an inspirer, advisor, controller, or producer?
  • Communication purpose – do we focus on operations, innovation, culture, or strategy?
  • Core narrative and strategy – are the guidelines and strategies ‘translated’ into tactical measures, examples, and cases?
  • Which behavior, rhetoric, and aesthetics do I prioritize?
  • Which media and channels are prioritized when – meetings, emails, town hall meetings, events, digital media, touchpoints, etc.?