Do you need support and guidance on how to deliver your communication more effectively but you’re not quite ready to invest in a longer-term project?
Get started with a 6-week mentoring journey to steer your communication in the right direction.
As a solo Comms Manager, and only 6 months into the role, I needed someone to help me take a step back and think through how best to approach our communication strategy before getting too involved in the nitty gritty of daily output.
In just two calls – and emails in between – I’ve gained clarity over how to build a strategy around our organisation’s goals, what our content niche is and how to lean into the unique value we bring to our audience. I feel confident, clear and excited to put everything we discussed into action. Highly recommend.Katy Bloom-Schwartz, Comms Manager @ Permaculture Association
With over 10 years experience developing, implementing and supporting communication strategies for the likes of Surfers Against Sewage, OMVITS and Adventure Uncovered… even The Rolling Stones — I know how to get the most out of your communication, no matter where you’re starting from or where you plan to go.
My goal is to make you feel confident, inspired and clear on how to take your communication to the next level.
(Optional) Ongoing monthly call and email support for £95/month
£320 inclusive of VAT
Pay upfront or in two installments of £160.
Charlotte is a brilliant strategic communicator with an incredible eye for detail. She continues to help us re-evaluate our communications strategy, implementing changes and tactics to engage millions of people through our digital and social channels. Using insight-driven decisions to deliver the most engaging supporter content and experiences has helped grow the impact of all our Ocean campaigns.Hugo Tagholm @ (Ex) CEO of Surfers Against Sewage
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