Strategic communications & business consulting

Our in-house team of facilitators, researchers and strategists has all the tools to mine your organization’s corporate knowledge in order to develop strategies, plans and solutions that fit your needs and issues. We apply proven research and analysis capabilities to scope out issues, opportunities and risks. We work with you to set goals and measurable outcomes to build targeted, results-driven plans that can be evaluated. We know every organization is different. We’ve worked with health authorities, government, corporations and non-profits to help them chart a course that’s as unique as your own.

What we bring to the table:

  • Strategic planning and advice
  • Group facilitation
  • Stakeholder and public environmental analysis
  • Traditional and social media monitoring and analysis
  • Crisis communications planning
  • Reputation management
  • Evaluation tool and framework creation

Showcase of Strategic communications & business consulting

NTPC communications strategy

NTPC had an active communications program and a wealth of longitudinal data related to the effectiveness of its internal and external communications. However, it was lacking a long-term communications strategy that pulled together all this information in a way that clearly aligned communications goals and objectives with NTPC’s corporate strategic plan to ensure communications resources were being used as effectively as possible.

Active for Life Centre business case

Establishing a Sport Centre of Excellence was part of Sport North's strategic plan. It is seen as a way to encourage NWT sport and fitness organizations to work collaboratively to support athletes and coaches across the NWT in a way that is efficient, effective, and sustainable.

With the likelihood of the 2023 Canada Games being held in the NWT, there is a high need for the Centre in support of fielding a competitive home team for the Games. Not only would an Active for Life Centre achieve this, it would create a legacy of physical literacy, and physical activity for northerners.

Dominion Diamond Jay Project community consultations

Dominion Diamond Resources Corporation had been meeting with communities to discuss their plans for development of two kimberlite pipes at the Ekati mine known as the Jay and Cardinal pipes. Communities had expressed concerns with the overall footprint of the Jay/Cardinal Project. The company needed to meet with its Impact Benefit Agreement (IBA) communities to explain the new project and get community input on the development plan.

Giant Mine Remediation Project communications and engagement strategy

Since 1999, communications and engagement around the Giant Mine Remediation Project had been focused on understanding the scope of the challenge, assessing remediation options and proceeding through the regulatory process. This was a challenging environment within which to establish a positive and constructive public and stakeholder dialogue.

Service Innovation Strategy communications strategy and tools

The Knowledge Management Strategy (KMS) was a government-wide initiative of the Government of the Northwest Territories to increase and modernize the government’s use of technology to deliver more effective and accessible services to residents and to improve internal operations. Tait worked closely with the OCIO to develop a visual identity for the strategy, as well as a new name and tagline. From there, Tait developed a suite of attractive and informative products to promote the strategy, including a PowerPoint presentation, a factsheet and a 16-page promotional booklet.

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