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September 12, 2022

How to Reboot Your Communications Plan in Less Than a Day


As we enter end-of-year planning mode, you’re likely looking back and assessing what’s worked, what hasn’t, and determining what’s needed from a communications perspective to continue driving the business forward effectively.

Or, you may be reimagining the future. If this is you, you likely know what’s required to achieve your business outcomes and you’re building your business case to secure the resources you need to get there.

No matter the step you’re on, it can be challenging, especially as you narrow in on your go-forward priorities and continue to manage the day-to-day needs of the business.

Level-Up Your Communications Plan in Less Than a Day

If that resonates with you, we can help. The good news is you don’t need lots of time to recast your plan. You just need a few focused hours with the right people in the room, and the structure to get what you need out of your time together.

We work with communications teams often to get a jump start on this process through facilitated, half-day planning sessions. The process is simple and effective.

Here’s how it works:

  • Pick a date when your team can get together (in-person or virtually) to assess and update your plan as a team.
  • We facilitate so you and your team can work together to identify where you’ve been, critical business needs moving forward, and what your function could and should focus on for the future.

    Having us facilitate optimizes your time and allows your team (including you) to fully participate and co-create so there’s shared understanding and ownership. The work done in the session will get you close to the finish line.
  • Following the session, we’ll codify your team’s work on paper so any loose ends can be quickly tied and your plan ready to execute.

To jumpstart your plan and set yourself up for success in the year ahead, contact me at We’d love to help you.

—David Grossman

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