WWF Advocacy Strategy Insights

Amidst a changing and increasingly competitive political and media landscape, WWF realised they needed to strengthen their position of advocacy on the issues they stand for. They had a sense of where they were going wrong and what needed to be corrected, but lacked the evidence and external insights to ensure their strategy was truly game-changing for the organisation.

In a short timeframe, we developed a highly detailed, in-depth SWOT analysis of WWF’s position in the media against a backdrop of topics and competitors. Taking evidence from numerous media and social media analysis tools, and providing insightful commentary throughout, we went above and beyond ensuring the insights directly fed into the organisations’ long-term strategy.

The end result was a robust, 75 page SWOT report that has influenced every part of WWF’s advocacy communications strategy moving forwards.

What they said about us

Kin&Co went above and beyond my expectations. The work they produced was thorough, savvy and highly insightful. They really are a class act and I would recommend them highly
Jonathan Caleb-Landy
Head of Advocacy Communications and Media
WWF Advocacy Strategy Insights

MAKING A CULTURE OF BELONGING A REALITY

We know that many organisations have started planning their diversity, inclusion and belonging strategy. Alongside designing Inclusion and Belonging strategies, some of our services in this area include:

  • Inclusive ‘listening’ activities to surface the barriers to belonging
    Co-creating behaviour-change-led action plans to build a culture of belonging
  • Making networks work – setting up effective networks that have a long-term impact
  • Power to you – behaviour change training for networks, allies and ambassadors on using your voice to create change

 

If you need fresh thinking and an outside-in perspective, please do get in touch on info@kinandco.com.

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