Understanding the stakeholders

Understanding the Stakeholders In our latest reporting trends study with Kontrapunkt, we looked at who reads annual reports and why. We learned (unsurprisingly) that audiences for corporate reports have changed and they want different things.  Read our report to find...

How to tell a story

Let me tell you a story… I bet it was this title that caught your eye. That’s because you want to know what happens next. A story triggers the imagination. And it’s a powerful way of connecting with people. I did a recent LinkedIn poll on what people find...

Corporate reporting debrief

Get ready! Next year’s corporate report starts at this year’s debrief Too much wrapping up, not enough opening up.  Nanette believes debriefs shouldn’t mark the end of the project but deliver the roadmap for the next publication. It’s the process that connects one...

It’s time to talk about corporate reporting

6 corporate reporting questions for every business Our study of Danish corporate reporting with Kontrapunkt prompted debate within our network about how we respond to the changing audiences for corporate reporting.  Here are some snippets from those discussions, and...

Present with confidence

Present with confidence It’s useful to get a few quick tips right before you present. You might be nervous about presenting to a big audience, in a second language or answering questions after. Watch our short training videos with bitesize tips before the big moments...

Get to the point quickly

Get to the point (quickly) or lose your audience This is Violin and Guitar by Juan Gris, one of the cubists.  As a communications advisor, I often tell my clients that they have to get to the point quickly because audiences tend to have an attention span of a five...