Can your organization afford not to be heard?
People need to communicate; so do organizations. As audiences are bombarded by more information, more words and images—more noise—than ever, the clearly written, well-reasoned, well-presented messages will be the ones that get through.
We help our clients be heard above the clamor. They are experts in what they do; we’re experts in communicating what they do. We help map out an organization's communications plan, from developing messages to choosing appropriate channels to executing the plan. We write, design and produce printed or online material. We train leaders to do more effective media interviews and employees to write better or make better presentations.
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For decades—in good times and bad—we have helped our clients communicate effectively. Let us do the same for your organization.
What our clients say
Sharon relentlessly asks the questions necessary to close the gaps in my mental leaps. She finds a way to make complex research findings and recommendations coherent. Her superb writing skills and rigorous pursuit of the truth make it possible for me to deliver an exceptionally well-executed message.
—Susan Lucia Annunzio
President and CEO,
Center for High Performance
I could go into detail if you wish, but you are in very good hands with Sharon. I have worked with her on many occasions, primarily doing spokestraining for highly accomplished people. She has a way of helping everyone feel at ease and of drawing out the best in them. She does it in a way that has them fully engaged yet not threatened. I always marvel at how well she does it. I would have no concerns at all about putting her in front of the type of group you describe. You will find that she will prepare well and do the job.
former head of communications,
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
You have done a wonderful job with the report, and all of us at CASEL are more grateful than I can adequately say in an e-mail. You have gone the extra distance to get this done—and then some. Most important, you've produced a beautiful report we will be very proud of. Many many thanks!
Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning