Internal Communications

Internal Communications

Engagement, Change & Corporate Culture

Internal communications serve an entire host of functions in an organization. From communicating difficult or unfavorable changes, explaining technical processes, strengthening corporate culture or simply relating basic information, content should be clear, concise and confident.

Corporate Communications

These communications primarily come from the executive management wing and explain organizational changes, updates and action items. Most are pushed as emails, though occasionally they come as hard-copy written letters, or even pre-recorded videos.

Employee Reference

These are internal documents meant to guide employee action. Dependent upon the message and directive action, some read as fun and conversational documents, some as technical procedures and some as reference materials.

Management Reports

These pieces include internal reports for managements such as proposals, requests for information and study results. Most are technical and concise, and assume that the reader has a contextual knowledge of the issue at hand.