Employee communications and training
When managers talk (engagingly) to their people, policies work as they are meant to and employees act as effective ambassadors.
Context helps companies train and engage employees on sustainability issues – from company ethics policies, to climate change. We develop innovative internal communications and bespoke training to suit employees at all levels – from senior leadership to the shop floor.
Sustainability communications cover serious subjects such as climate change and human rights. But that doesn’t mean the messages should be dull.
We help companies create communications that engage, excite and inspire:
- Intranet sites – straight talking, engaging intranet sites on broad sustainability issues and microsites on specific topics, such as ethics or climate change.
- Newsletters – journalistic features on sustainability for in-house magazines.
- Games and quizzes – imaginative interactive ways to capture employees’ attention and help them understand the complex sustainability agenda, especially why it matters to the company and to them.
- Awareness campaigns – multi-channel communications that explain company policies and encourage employees to change their behaviour.
Our “Sustainability 101” training sessions help employees to speak confidently and knowledgeably about sustainable development and what it means to the business.
Whether it’s the CEO addressing a high-profile industry conference, an investor relations representative talking to financial analysts or a brand manager brainstorming with an advertising agency, a working knowledge of the sustainability agenda is critical.
Sustainability 101s are interactive sessions led by senior Context directors and our affiliates Mark Wade (UK) and Lloyd Timberlake (U.S.A.), all highly experienced in working with corporations to develop and enhance sustainability programmes.
Training is available from boardroom to beginners and is always tailored to your company and industry.