Organise a bespoke workshop

Does your research team need to liaise with the communications and marketing departments? Would you like to review how you currently communicate research and improve your processes?

Reach out today to organise a bespoke workshop on research communication for your staff.

The structure of this workshop will be unique to you and your needs, and we’ll ensure you get exactly what you want out of it.

Aim of this workshop

To help you achieve your specific research communication goals and offer space for your team to reflect on current practices and ways to improve.

Aim of this workshop

To help you achieve your specific research communication goals and offer space for your team to reflect on current practices and ways to improve.

Create an infographic from your research

Case study: Fairtrade International

We were approached by the Monitoring and Evaluation team to support them in how they report research results to internal and external audiences.

This workshop offered a space for the team to engage in an informal yet structured way, be inspired by successful examples of research communication and be motivated to reimagine a new collaborative and effective approach.

Structure:

  • Half day workshop
  • 10 participants
  • Follow up report based on workshop discussions
  • Follow up call 2 months later
  • Follow up call 4 months later

“I really enjoyed the enabling discussions with peers from other departments. Being able to understand their needs better from a comms angle. The workshop had a nice mix of exercises, polls, etc. It felt dynamic.”

Julieta Tourne Turner, Digital Content Manager, Fairtrade International

Create an infographic from your research

Case study: Migration Yorkshire

We were approached by the Research and Policy team at Migration Yorkshire (MY) to support them in how they reporting results to key external audiences.

This workshop offered practical tools and steps for communicating research in accessible and visual ways to MY’s desired audiences. The workshop had a concrete tangible output in the form of research communication guidelines tailored to MY. The documents produces afterwards captured the rich discussion and were intended for distribution to team members in the future.

Structure:

  • 2h workshop
  • 8 participants
  • Follow up documents based on workshop discussions
  • Follow up call 2 months later

“The workshop has added value to me in many ways – as a manager and ‘lead’ for research, many people in my team now better understand some of the things they need to do and think about – without just me or our comms manager asking who is your audience!”

Philippa Tyler, Policy and Research Manager, Migration Yorkshire

Create an infographic from your research

Case study: Fairtrade International

We were approached by the Monitoring and Evaluation team to support them in how they report research results to internal and external audiences.

This workshop offered a space for the team to engage in an informal yet structured way, be inspired by successful examples of research communication and be motivated to reimagine a new collaborative and effective approach.

Structure:

  • Half day workshop
  • 10 participants
  • Follow up report based on workshop discussions
  • Follow up call 2 months later
  • Follow up call 4 months later

“I really enjoyed the enabling discussions with peers from other departments. Being able to understand their needs better from a comms angle. The workshop had a nice mix of exercises, polls, etc. It felt dynamic.”

Julieta Tourne Turner, Digital Content Manager, Fairtrade International

Create an infographic from your research

Case study: Migration Yorkshire

We were approached by the Research and Policy team at Migration Yorkshire (MY) to support them in how they reporting results to key external audiences.

This workshop offered practical tools and steps for communicating research in accessible and visual ways to MY’s desired audiences. The workshop had a concrete tangible output in the form of research communication guidelines tailored to MY. The documents produces afterwards captured the rich discussion and were intended for distribution to team members in the future.

Structure:

  • 2h workshop
  • 8 participants
  • Follow up documents based on workshop discussions
  • Follow up call 2 months later

“The workshop has added value to me in many ways – as a manager and ‘lead’ for research, many people in my team now better understand some of the things they need to do and think about – without just me or our comms manager asking who is your audience!”

Philippa Tyler, Policy and Research Manager, Migration Yorkshire

Create an infographic from your research

Case study: Fairtrade International

We were approached by the Monitoring and Evaluation team to support them in how they report research results to internal and external audiences.

This workshop offered a space for the team to engage in an informal yet structured way, be inspired by successful examples of research communication and be motivated to reimagine a new collaborative and effective approach.

Structure:

  • Half day workshop
  • Follow up report based on workshop discussions
  • Follow up call 2 months later
  • Follow up call 4 months later

“I really enjoyed the enabling discussions with peers from other departments. Being able to understand their needs better from a comms angle. The workshop had a nice mix of exercises, polls, etc. It felt dynamic.”

Julieta Tourne Turner, Digital Content Manager, Fairtrade International

Create an infographic from your research

Case study: Migration Yorkshire

We were approached by the Research and Policy team at Migration Yorkshire (MY) to support them in how they reporting results to key external audiences.

This workshop offered practical tools and steps for communicating research in accessible and visual ways to MY’s desired audiences. The workshop had a concrete tangible output in the form of research communication guidelines tailored to MY. The documents produces afterwards captured the rich discussion and were intended for distribution to team members in the future.

Structure:

  • 2h workshop
  • Follow up documents based on workshop discussions
  • Follow up call 2 months later

“The workshop has added value to me in many ways – as a manager and ‘lead’ for research, many people in my team now better understand some of the things they need to do and think about – without just me or our comms manager asking who is your audience!”

Philippa Tyler, Policy and Research Manager, Migration Yorkshire

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