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25th July 2019

Bladonmore launches new communications book

“The book contains a range of techniques that individuals, teams and organisations can deploy to improve how they engage with and persuade audiences.”

Bladonmore, the specialist communications business, has published a handbook distilling 17 years of advice and expertise to help clients deliver better stories to key audiences.

Your story, well told’ – the title comes from Bladonmore’s own tagline – outlines our leading approach to communicating better. It contains a range of techniques that individuals, teams and organisations can deploy to improve how they engage with and persuade audiences.

“We believe that time spent making communication clearer, more engaging and lower risk is time really well spent,” says Matt Guarente, Partner at Bladonmore and one of the key drivers behind the project. “The book will help anyone prepare for high-pressure communications situations – whether direct to audiences such as clients or colleagues, or indirectly through the media.”

The book includes sections on the theory of good communication, presenting ideas in a structured fashion, and delivering your own agenda in media interviews. It also includes a section on crisis communications – and the planning process behind such interactions. The book is available to Bladonmore clients – whether we are supporting them with coaching or kicking off on content mandates.

“This a really valuable piece of collateral that we provide to clients,” says Richard Carpenter, Managing Partner at Bladonmore. “It’s a great piece of work, conceived, designed and executed in-house, that calmly and succinctly explains how everyone can improve their communications when the stakes are high.”

Notes to editors:

Bladonmore is a specialist communications consultancy that helps clients tell their stories to the audiences that matter most to them. It provides advice, coaching and content via teams in London, Dubai and Los Angeles.

Your story, well told.

Contacts:
Matt Guarente – matthew.guarente@bladonmore.com
Richard Carpenter – richard.carpenter@bladonmore.com

“The book contains a range of techniques that individuals, teams and organisations can deploy to improve how they engage with and persuade audiences.”