The best companies are powered by high performing teams.

Are you the best company your employees could work for?

When Fortune and Great Places to Work compiled their list of 100 Best Companies to Work for in 2014, they noted that trust, respect, internal communication and training were the four most common traits.

Great Places to Work also found that these key elements made staff happier and 87 percent less likely to leave. 

That’s a direct impact on the bottom line because less turnover means less time and fewer resources diverted to recruiting and training new people.

Professor Alex Pentland and his team in the Human Dynamic Lab at MIT identified the three key elements of effective team communication: energy, engagement and exploration.

Equip your team with the know-how to exploit these elements, to get them moving from so-so to go-go-go!

True Colors

...will help your team work better together for greater productivity, performance and morale. Find out more.

5-Carat Business Writing Brilliance

...boosts your team's efficiency, effectiveness, reputation, and cohesion. Learn how.

Lunchbox Learning

...for busy teams who want bite-size boosters focusing on a particular skill or theme. Read the menu.

Presenting with Purpose & Passion

...positions your team members to be confident in the spotlight. Here's why.

Trim & Tone Your Writing in 7 Easy Steps

...teaches your team how to flex their writing muscle. Check it out. 

Collaboration Quickstep

...encourages your team to think fast for others. (NB: this is an Impact Innovation activity)

To book or learn more about training for your team to become better communicators, call 1300 504 278 or send an email request to service@presencecommunications.com.au

“Leanne is one of the few people who really knows what we should be doing when it comes to business writing and getting emails right. She teaches in such a clear and easy to understand, fun way that it doesn’t feel laborious to learn the rules and she gives the delegates confidence to apply them. Thank you Leanne!” 

Judeth Wilson, Founder, Upfront Communications