Effective communication can help build organisational success by engaging staff and customers alike.
This masterclass has been designed to help you, if you work in communications, to be more effective and add more value - to be a key player in your organisation.
And if you don't already work in communications, this course will give you a grounding to help you get a foot on the ladder.
Based upon years of experience leading and changing communication functions as well as advising senior leaders across many organisations, this masterclass cuts to the chase and gives participants insights, tips and ideas on how to be a better comms person.
At a time of scarce resources, this masterclass will help you make the most of one vital talent: your own.
- How to use this course
- Getting the most out of the Masterclasses FREE PREVIEW
- Read this first
- How to get ahead in comms - what are we covering and who am I?
- How to get ahead in comms workbook
- 1. Three things that drive this masterclass
- 2. How to get the maximum return from this course
- Setting a baseline - a short questionnaire
- Find out how you use your time
Sharing lessons from successes and failures
About the instructor
Mark Fletcher-Brown is a director of Reputation Counsel, a communication consultancy. He has been a journalist, columnist and university lecturer and has written extensively about communication management in articles and books. He has worked with over 70 UK public sector organisations in local government, health, housing and national bodies. He has extensive directorial experience in communications and has lectured on communication both in the UK and abroad. Mark has written for the Education Journal, The Times Educational Supplement, The Glasgow Herald and the MJ.
What others have been saying about this course:
Great value....the modern way to learn
This masterclass is great value. It feels like personal tuition from an experienced comms professional. It's comprehensive, up to date and relevant as well as easy to navigate, and to dip in and out. It's the modern way to learn. It makes learning...