How long should your communications audit be?

Should you ask 10 questions—or 25—to get the best result? We have the answer.

You’ve gotten the green light to put together a communications audit. Great! Now, what?

How many questions should you ask? Is there an optimal number? Jim Ylisela, co-founder of Ragan Consulting Group, has the answer.

Now that you know what questions to ask, what else is involved? What are the next steps to benchmark what you’re doing? This free download will walk you through the five basic steps to a comprehensive internal audit.

An audit not only helps you discover what’s working and pinpoint inefficiencies in your department, but it’s also a prime opportunity to prove your worth to executives.

Bridging the gap between what employees say is working and what executives assume is how you earn your keep as a corporate communicator. If you’re searching for a way to affirm your value to senior executives, put a communications audit at the top of your to-do list.

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