Visual storytelling is a powerful technique to communicate and enhance meetings and workshops. Visuals help capture thoughts, ideas, and processes in an interactive and engaging way.
The Communications Blog
The L. Dunkley Communications blog offers insights on the latest trends and best practices for communicating effectively in our fast-paced digital environment.
Laura Dunkley, communications expert and Principal at L. Dunkley Communications, shares success stories, as well as tips to help organizations reach their goals through communications best practices and build strong relationships within our business environment and local community.
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA) are laws that government, businesses, non-profits and public sector organizations must follow to be more accessible for everyone. Websites must be AODA compliant so that information is easily and comfortably obtained when searching on the internet.
Increase your opportunity to win big on your RFP sales proposal AND reduce your workload when putting it together. It is all about finding the opportunities, collaborating with those who have value added skills, and designing a professional sales proposal package.
What's new in Social Media for April? YouTube offers workshops for teens, Facebook offers tech tool to help in emergency situations, LinkedIn offers some new features with their desktop redesign, and Twitter brings location to their direct messages.
Finding ways to communicate your sustainability initiatives to your boss, your employees, your customers, and investors can be a challenge. Here are some creative ways to share your green story to help promote your efforts and build engagement.
Every entrepreneur, charitable organization, not-for-profit, and yes, even public organizations, needs to remember that the main goal of exhibiting at any event, is to promote your business with the intent to increase the value of your organization. When planning your next event, there are some key questions to ask to ensure success