Communication planning and presentation
Effective communication must be planned: what do we want to achieve, who is our target audience, what do we want to say, and how do we follow up? On this page you will find support and material to help you plan your communication work.
Drawing up a communication plan
A communication plan serves to structure the communication and marketing of an activity, a project or an event, for example. The plan defines the aim of the communication, the target audience of the communication initiatives, the message and the channels to be used. This checklist/template can help you to draw up a communication plan:
Lund University profile texts
It can be difficult to describe and talk about Lund University as a whole. What should you highlight and what are the correct figures? Employees who need to present Lund University can use an annually updated document containing profile texts.
On the page below you will find the University’s general presentation material, such as a PowerPoint presentation and a brochure with facts and figures, profile texts and a presentation video – to use as a basis for speaking about the University at a conference or during a study visit, for example.
Checklist for communication in a crisis
This checklist is mainly intended for communications officers within Lund University, to ensure that the right people get involved in communication work in the event of a crisis or emergency. The aim is also to minimise the risk of duplicate work. The checklist deals primarily with communication to broad target groups via the University’s internal and external channels.
Ag. Director of Communications
+46 46 222 33 05
lars [dot] uhlin [at] kommunikation [dot] lu [dot] se