strong content diagramWe help leaders and their teams develop meaningful messages and convey them with conviction within the organisation, via the media and to investors and clients.

We do this through tailored individual coaching and small group workshops led by insightful and experienced communications experts.

Our approach is rigorous - workshops and coaching sessions that are light on theory and high on practical application. They are fast-paced, intellectually stimulating and designed to appeal to sceptical and hard-to-convince participants.

  • Develop messages that directly address the issue as well as build in emotional appeal

  • Pressure-test them using our unique message development approach

  • Increase impact using active listening and behaviour profiling

  • Strengthen delivery style using video and extensive feedback

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Communication Means Limited 
Warnford Court, 29 Throgmorton St,
London EC2N 2AT

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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.