By the way, C8's definition of Communicator is an individual or group responsible for developing, cultivating and maintaining a corporate identity or brand image. Every business--big or small--invests in corporate communication initiatives to mold its image, communicate with internal and external audiences and sustain a long-term positive reputation. So technically, every employee, salesperson and officer should be an ambassador or 'communicator' of your brand.
What’s the overall picture for Communicators Today? Here are 5 ways to improve your company's bottom line.
- From campaigns to engaging stories: Telling stories is more engaging than traditional campaigns.
Shift your focus.
- Improving data collection = better customer understanding: Marshal multiple data sources for better decision making.
- Right time, right place Communications: Talk when and where your stakeholder is listening
- Get friendly with the right people: Effective advocacy, and how to get influencers onside
- Prove your worth: Measurement to show your job makes a difference
When we analyze our new client's business model, it is usually not surprising that inefficiences become apparent. As we map out a strong plan that mirrors the corporate strategy, we address challenges and obstacles that are preventing sustainable growth in revenue. In every case this is due to a lack of communication in one or many areas including brand management, lead generation, client retention, sales force recruitment, data measurement and message consistency. The survey from INCITE clearly reinforces the simple message of "Communications remain the key initiator for growth". We agree!