If your messaging is letting you down, let us help you improve your presentation messaging with our famous Messaging Cracker Process.
Our Messaging Cracker Process is a powerful way of solving tough communications problems.
We work with you through the process of identifying, stress-testing and expressing the presentation messages that define your proposition.
Afterwards, you’ll have a clear ‘story’ that will talk to your target audiences. And you’ll have the right words to express it effectively.
The right people. Often messaging problems arise from unresolved opinions within an organisation.
So we get your people in the same room to reach the right solution. It works best with between two and eight people.
From our side, we run the session by members of our senior team – in each case hand-picked so you get the expertise you need.
Every member of our team has decades of experience coaching top CEOs, MDs and Partners, and creating powerful messages that work. We know exactly what works with investors, the media and employees.
Depending on availability, we can start with as little as seven days’ notice. We need that lead-time to prepare.
We carry out pre-session telephone conversations to understand each person’s perspectives. From this we’ll run the Cracker Process to give you the answers you need, quickly and efficiently.
Tell us about your challenges and we’ll confirm whether a Core Messaging Cracker Process is right for you.
Call Louise on 020 7018 0922, or click the link below.
Benjamin Ball Associates helps clients to pitch, present & persuade.
Over the last 10+ years the award-winning BBA team has supported thousands of executives globally to present powerfully. We have developed a robust toolbox of techniques that we use to help our clients become clear, confident communicators.
We’ll help you create a powerful first impression that hooks and engages your audience immediately and we’ll coach you to deliver clearly, confidently and with impact.
Speak to Louise on +44 20 7018 0922 or email email@example.com to find out more and discuss your upcoming talk or presentation.