Business has to take off. But take off to where, with all those challenges companies face nowadays? By improving internal communication, you can set the direction for your company and reach those who keep it running: your employees.
Running a business is like a ride on a roller coaster. Things never end up being the way you thought they would. But the good news is: You can influence the ups and downs and turns by talking about the change that is happening in your company. We tell you from experience: This works best when you unite your employees behind you instead of against you. When you communicate openly instead of locking them out. When you reach out before things are taking a turn for the worse.
Internal communication is about your employees. It’s about winning them over, motivating them, providing them with comprehensive information, training them – in short: It’s about making sure that they enjoy working for you.
We assume that you pay your people appropriately and let them know that they are doing a good job. If not, don’t read any further! Please do your homework first and then come back. Because communication alone cannot compensate for a bad salary or a lack of appreciation.
Are your employees satisfied? Do you see potential in improving employee satisfaction with a specific communication measure? Do you have a special occasion coming up, for example an employee event, for which you need both a concept and a design? Or are you introducing a new sales concept and planning to train your employees for it? Would you like to inform all of your employees about innovations that are emerging in your company, or simply about everything that is happening in your company – for example in the form of a high-quality employee magazine? Perhaps you are currently going through difficult times and have to restructure; in situations like these, communication decides whether your employees will gather behind you, or go against you.
For any type of communication, it is crucial to find the right words. We will do that by listening carefully to you and your employees: What do they think? What are they happy with and what not? Which interesting findings can be gathered from interviews? What old company stories are still passed on today? What does history reveal? Is there a spirit that holds the company together? A common vision for the future? Because: Whether it’s a training concept or an employee magazine – it is important to find a story that reaches all of your employees. And that works primarily through emotions.
You know your company inside out. But let’s be honest: doesn’t that also distort your vision? Do you only see where you’re stuck? Or do you also see what’s working well – maybe even a lot better than some other things? An unbiased look from the outside can help you reveal just that, break up old structures, an get rid of the old dust that blinds your vision. Take the chance and let us open your eyes, so that your employees won’t believe their eyes.
Bold ideas are like bold people: they remain engraved in people’s minds. Are you bold enough for bold ideas?