Great work or horror show:
"What just happened?" This is the board room's best - and worst - question. You surpassed expectations? Wonderful - let's work out how. You had a horror? OK - let's find out what got you there.
It's imperative you understand - and quickly - so you can replicate success and avoid melt-downs. Lyric runs excellent communications audits and "post-mortems" that give you a clear path ahead.
Big Days: being ready
The big day's approaching - a show, an event, launch or announcement. The stakes are high and you need a clear mind to get it right.
Lyric will help you plan your pace, manage resources, get the messaging spot-on a nd integrate it all into your organisation's mainstream.
Supporting your strategists and tacticians, your backroom and your performers, Lyric
New Ideas & Honest Talk?
You might be a start-up looking to discover the best way to get your passion across. You could be a well-established national institution that's scratching its head, uncertain why things aren't working any more. Workshops are a remarkably powerful tool that allow us to have meaningful conversations and ask insightful questions throughout your organisation.
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Caring for your assets:
Training comes in as many forms as there are organisations. Lyric's been training individuals and teams for a couple of decades in how to "think comms". We help you understand professional communications, how to work with decision-making bodies and how to approach your own communications output.
Say it brilliantly:
As any keen Parliament-watcher of late will know, dollops of lengthy Latinate words rarely warm up an audience.
Clear language is vital. And it's not as easy as it looks.
Lyric can teach you how - and even do it for you, translating your experts' well-meaning gobbledegook into easy-read, powerful information.
Understanding & caring for
audiences: stakeholder relations
Are you really sure you know who you're talking to, and who is hearing what? Your stakeholders are everyone who is affected by your work: staff, neighbours, clients, regulators, and so on.
Best practice means going back to basics and mapping out your stakeholders. Who are they? What do they expect and need from you? How do they want to hear from you? Are you engaging enough? We will find out.