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When we help organizations prepare for AGMs and other investor meetings, the company’s top performers are sometimes reluctant to present,…
Reframing is an important aspect of our coaching sessions. Taking a tough question and broadening the perspective, showing your counterparty…
During 2018 it's likely that US bank Citi will reach a new global benchmark - the first western finance company…

Social media – less trusted but still vital

Our Approach We are learning to trust traditional media more, while trusting social media less. Less than one in four…
Listening more than you speak in client meetings is client relationship-building 101. Relationship rainmakers have long tapped into this skill.…
The role of a panel moderator is fraught with pitfalls. These are three of the most common complaints that surface…
How often have you cast judgment on a presentation – from rambling on a conference call to someone bludgeoning the…

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About us


helenlucasHelen Lucas helps leaders and senior managers use communication to build more effective relationships with colleagues, clients and other stakeholders, including the media.


jeremy adamsJeremy Adams is an experienced communications advisor and coach to business executives, non-profits and politicians.


Our approach


All our small group workshops and one to one sessions are structured with rigour, but low on theory and designed to engage sceptical participants.

Our sessions are fast-paced and challenging, with extensive use of video rehearsal and feedback. Participants will learn to distil and disseminate their key ideas using our proprietary message development tool.

We adapt the sessions according to the ability and requirements of the executives – and according to specific upcoming communication challenges, which we can plan for in the pre-session call.