Posts in Communications Consultant
“Leading and influencing leaders”

Gantt charts alone do not deliver. In my interview with Matthew Henry, a project manager in the nuclear industry, I explore how the ability to lead other leaders and communicate direction and vision impact project delivery. 

Leadership has always been an interesting topic. Often, however, people associate position with leadership. What is your take on this?

It’s true that people equate position with leadership, but that it doesn’t have to be that way…

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ITV Border filming on our client's site: Bringing people together

Zeitgeist Communication supported the planning application for this £10m development project through strategic communications planning, Public Relations support and ongoing Media Relations, including social media and event app communication.

Media coverage extended across the North West of the UK with weekly print and online coverage. National media and TV media coverage was also created and resulted in positive audience interaction locally, among national supporters and on social media. - Key to the ongoing communications process was an integrated communications strategy and a strong community focus.

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Our client sees favourable vote for planning permission, Keswick's pencil factory

Zeitgeist Communication provided Public Relations and Communications Strategy consultancy for this project and we are delighted at the outcome. A lot of work has gone into working closely with the charity’s local community and stakeholders. Plans were adapted to ensure that the technical, environmental, noise and flood requirements are met as well as to ensure that the site will be of benefit to both the local community as well as to the organisation’s supporters. A constant flow of information to stakeholders and media created transparency and also opportunity for dialogue.

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Businesses and charities who fail to strategise – fail.

Let’s be clear. Strategy is not a ‘nice-to-have’. It is not a ‘will fit it in when I can’. It is the essence of good business. It meets leadership’s responsibility to deliver the best outcome, to show excellent financial management and outstanding human resourcing. Strategy lays the foundations for product development, change management and marketing campaigns.

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