"In business you can never learn anything more important than successful communication skills"

Internal communications plays a vital part in the success of any major project, change or engagement programme. If a message isn't delivered effectively, then time, money and resources are wasted on the employee and the organisation.

If change is taking place within work, employees want and rightly expect to what is happening and why- but in manageable terms....
And that's the key - keeping it simple.

It might seem very obvious to do this but many organisations end up adding layers of confusion rather than delivering an effective intervention.
If you look at Bill Clinton, David Attenborough or Professor Brian Cox, they are all great communicators. They take complex subjects and make the message and information resonate with their audience.

Internal communications should be the same - a succinct yet engaging approach, that can help manage the decision-making or information-giving process for employees.

At ConsultE3, we believe that art of excellent communication is in keeping the message simple, effective and engaging.

We have demonstrated experience of taking complex subjects and translating them into clear, compelling communications - which has allowed employee to engage and develop their understand of the programme in hand.

We've also designed communication strategies for organisations that have helped embed change - from mergers through to complex behavioural programmes.

So whether you are looking for large-scale, international experience or smaller localised programme help, ConsultE3 is able to deliver talilored
internal communications strategies fit for purpose.

Have a look at some recent examples to get a flavour of our work. Then contact us at:

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So what can ConsultE3 offer?

  • Employee engagement communications
  • Design of corporate communication strategy
  • Intranet communication design
  • Change communication strategies
  • Project workshop development
  • Facilitation of meetings and workshops

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