Speaking externally? Get your facts right

Transport for NSW’s Corporate Communication team have developed a set of fact sheets to empower staff and help them to communicate consistently, accurately and effectively about who we are, what we do and how we do it.

The fact sheets are Transport for NSW focused but we wanted to share them with leaders across the cluster as they may be useful to you and your teams.

In these fact sheets, you will find:

  • Concise information about our key projects
  • Useful examples to explain who we are, what we do and how we do it
  • Tips on how to keep your writing short, sharp and on message.

They provide guidelines about how to talk about Transport in an effective, contemporary, human, engaging and consistent way.

It’s an important time within the Transport cluster, we are delivering new projects at an incredible rate and our profile with customers, the community, government, industry and business partners is increasing.

We realised how we communicate to all our stakeholders is crucial in the way Transport is viewed externally and what we say about our purpose, values, culture and projects, and how we say it, contributes to our image and reputation.

You can find the fact sheets on the Transport for NSW intranet. They are dynamic documents that will be reviewed monthly to ensure the content stays fresh and up-to-date.

If you have an update or would like to add or make a change, contact Corporate Communications.

Transport for NSW’s Corporate Communication team have developed a set of fact sheets to empower staff and help them to communicate consistently, accurately and effectively about who we are, what we do and how we do it.

The fact sheets are Transport for NSW focused but we wanted to share them with leaders across the cluster as they may be useful to you and your teams.

In these fact sheets, you will find:

  • Concise information about our key projects
  • Useful examples to explain who we are, what we do and how we do it
  • Tips on how to keep your writing short, sharp and on message.

They provide guidelines about how to talk about Transport in an effective, contemporary, human, engaging and consistent way.

It’s an important time within the Transport cluster, we are delivering new projects at an incredible rate and our profile with customers, the community, government, industry and business partners is increasing.

We realised how we communicate to all our stakeholders is crucial in the way Transport is viewed externally and what we say about our purpose, values, culture and projects, and how we say it, contributes to our image and reputation.

You can find the fact sheets on the Transport for NSW intranet. They are dynamic documents that will be reviewed monthly to ensure the content stays fresh and up-to-date.

If you have an update or would like to add or make a change, contact Corporate Communications.

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Page last updated: 24 October 2018, 10:41