Redbrick offers strategic advice. Sometimes a little wisdom can turn your whole ship around. Sometimes it takes in-depth communications plans. We deliver both.
Hands-on Communications Support
When it’s all hands on deck, we roll up our sleeves to put campaigns into action: project management, writing, media relations, and producing all forms of content. Let us know what you need.
Issues Management/Crisis Communications
Our goal is to help you respond, not react, when issues arise. We’ll help you manage them before they become a crisis. But if you do need to react quickly, we’ll also build a crisis communications plan that’s practical and easy to implement when you’re under stress.
Communications is a learned skill, and we can make anyone better – whether it's handling difficult matters under a media spotlight, managing social media accounts, or delivering crucial presentations. We are a Trainer of Record for large organizations and governments, and we work with everyone from front line staff to CEOs and elected officials. Our training sessions are interesting and practical. People routinely tell us it is the best training of any kind that they have ever had.
Managing media relations and interviews
Using social media
Plain language communication
General communications skills
We can help you tell your story simply, using text, graphics and video.
Social Media Strategy
You’re using social media, but is it working? We’ll review what you’re doing and put together a strategy that makes sense for what you are trying to achieve and who are you are trying to reach.
Is your communications program delivering the greatest value? We regularly review and advise on staffing, structure, strategies and tactics. We’ll help bring your company’s communications efforts to the next level.
Redbrick’s team has been in the trenches and knows what effective internal communications can achieve: a positive culture, engaged employees who do their jobs better and work that is aligned with corporate objectives…all of which pay off for your customers.
Sometimes a solid policy or set internal process—such as a media relations or social media policy—can solve internal issues. They can standardize information flow, ensure consistency and set clear expectations. We’ll get you there and share our expertise with what others are doing too, to make it easier.