Leaders have unique needs to convey their messages clearly, diplomatically, and with persuasive impact. When executives lack time to craft important communication as thoughtfully and precisely as they would like, they turn to us for help.

“That's it! That's exactly what I was trying to say.”

Examples

  • Messages with particularly sensitive content

  • Information that requires exceptional confidentiality prior to release

  • Organized summaries of ideas or concepts in development

  • Performance evaluations

  • Fresh perspectives on annual reports or other high-visibility representations of your organization or project

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Our Clients Say

People are still talking about your keynote at our conference last year. That doesn't happen often.
—  Nancy M. Hunt, VP of Professional Development, Arthritis Foundation

Nonprofit Q&A

Rising Through the Ranks

I've been promoted to head my department. How do I supervise the people who have been my peers?

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