Panda Communications combines high-level corporate communications training with skills and techniques drawn from the theatre.
How about an online masterclass from an award-winning actor and director in "acting techniques useful for the office"…or a workshop from a professional choreographer in “how to change your thinking habits through the medium of dance”?
Interested… Contact Dennis Landsbert-Noon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In today’s hyper-communicative world, great communication skills are no longer just a ‘nice-to-have’ for an organisation, or its people.
Panda Communications is an ethical independent communications agency offering creative and strategic communications counsel for corporations and non-profits; empowering communications training for professionals and young adults; and a wide range of editorial services.
I give strategic counsel to organisations, large and small, based on decades of experience as a senior communications expert, business leader and entrepreneur.
As a highly experienced trainer, I also offer a range of training courses and individual coaching sessions to improve communications and business skills, often building on techniques used by actors on stage. Courses include media training, messaging, storytelling, crisis management, on-camera techniques, digital communications and stakeholder engagement.
Finally, as a former journalist working at the highest levels in media, I provide a wide range of English-language editorial services.
My name is Dennis Landsbert-Noon and for the past 15 years I have been providing senior communications counsel and training to international clients around the world.
I spent 10 years as Managing Director for the global public relations agency Burson-Marsteller, as well as being chairman of its specialist media and sports practices across Europe, Middle East and Africa.
At Burson-Marsteller, I advised international sports clients, as well as global corporations, government ministries and mega-events such as Olympic and Expo bids. I was also a senior trainer for Burson-Marsteller’s global clients and a frequent speaker at international conferences.
Before joining Burson-Marsteller, I was Publisher of The Economist Group’s flagship EU affairs newspaper, European Voice, having previously worked as a journalist for UK national newspapers including the Independent, Sunday Times, Observer and Daily Mail.
Away from the office, I’m an actor and theatre director, as well as a performing musician. I also have a black belt in taekwondo.
Anyone who has worked with me knows exactly why! Panda is my nickname. How I became ‘The Panda’ is a story I’ll happily tell you in training sessions because it highlights several important communications techniques and principles. There is also another clue on this page...
Would you like to hear more? Please get in touch (below) and I’d be delighted to tell you the tale.
Give me a call and I'll be delighted to meet up in normal business hours.
Oppemstraat 32, 3080 Tervuren, Belgium
Whenever you need us!