Miscommunication costs small companies of 100 employees an average of $420,000 per year.
— Debra Hamilton

Huddles. Updates. Conference calls. Strategy sessions. Presentations.

Internal communications are an essential part of business. Done well, they drive innovation, spur employee engagement, break down silos, boost your employee net promotor score (eNPS), and give you a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Done poorly and they’re a drain on productivity, profit, and morale.

The Professional Communicators work with companies large and small to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of internal meetings, including:

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Setting agendas and organizing content for efficiency and engagement

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Translating technical information into a language understood by all

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Designing presentation game plans and approaches that are easily replicable and achieve results

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Developing employee confidence, command, presence, and efficiency


Meetings should catalyze action not waste time.

Contact The Professional Communicators to see how our professional development programs can entirely change the feel and effectiveness of your internal communications.

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