Effective communications drives business success. Benchmark helps organizations, teams and leaders improve how they connect, communicate and influence others.

We deliver strategic communication solutions, communication training and communication coaching. Discover how we can unlock the full potential of your people so they can lead with greater clarity and purpose.

Communication Consulting

Strategic Communications

Benchmark offers a range of communication consulting services to help Fortune 500 companies achieve their business goals. Targeted communication strategies can open doors with key audiences and transform business relationships. Our communication consultants work with leaders across organizations to help them improve how they connect and influence others. We work with top executives in human resources, public affairs, finance, marketing and operations. We help them identify better communication strategies to reach their full potential.

Chess game communication consulting

Communication Consulting

Whether you want to improve team communications, build stakeholder trust, motivate employees, transform the customer experience, influence and attract new customers, increase rapport with the Board or influence public and media perceptions – we can make the difference! For more than 25 years Fortune 500 companies and others have called on Benchmark's communication consulting services to achieve their business goals.

Top Communication Consultants

Benchmark has helped leaders from all US states and more than 22 countries. The following are some of the industries we have served: energy, transportation, food and beverage, utilities, oil and gas, pipelines, manufacturing, real estate, chemical, agri-business, healthcare, technology, wildlife conservation, public sector, consulting, financial and more.


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Solid communication and empathy skills are essential to your career thriving on all types of terrain - smooth, rocky, muddy or rough. Careers, morale, employee retention and profits are all impacted by ineffective communication. Hiring managers report that people entering the job market for the...

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