Corporate initiatives that offer single dimension solutions are seldom of benefit. We work with leaders and managers to help them link all functions, big or small, with their organisation’s deeper purpose.
Listening and advising
Pulse are a multidisciplinary agency encompassing brand strategy, employee engagement, corporate communication and design. We coach clients to build businesses that stand for something. Our advisory activity runs through all our relationships.
Our collective experience (across design, PR, strategy and culture) is focused on supporting your operations and your communications management. Delivering practical ideas at the front-line, in the UK and internationally.
Change can feel destabilising. It requires leadership dedication. For change to be successful, people need to be supported and encouraged to see and feel its relevance and how it benefits. We pay a lot of attention to getting this right.
Philosophy, not processes
We ‘go with the grain’ of how our clients work. We don’t impose processes – but we will hold a philosophy about what we feel is important and align ourselves to what our clients are striving to achieve. Underpinning it all is about helping to build a purposeful corporate brand.
Our advisory activity runs through all our relationships
In our experience, corporate initiatives that offer single dimension answers to issues are seldom of benefit. Instead we work with CEOs and leaders to help them rediscover their organisation’s deeper purpose – a goal that goes beyond just excellent business performance.
Community through understanding
By developing communications that create a synergy with your audience, they become your community and you become increasingly relevant. Strategy has little value without community support.
Relevance, looking beyond business performance
Maintaining relevance in the world is a considerable challenge. Our work has largely involved helping clients deepen their connection with their audiences. We are interested in the role an organisation needs to play in society to create a long-term license to operate. This comes from building shared value – often difficult to sustain, particularly when trading conditions are tough.