How To Be A Better Communicator with Your Families [Slide Deck]

Building a strong foundation of great communication is the first step of successful funeral marketing, customer service, aftercare, and everything in between.

We recently put a blog post into the world on creating great communication inside the funeral home, and got so much feedback from it, that we’ve decided to make a slide deck based off of it!

That way, you can share this wisdom with your circle and blaze the trail of the funeral profession of the future.

This slide deck is PACKED with tips and actionable advice that will help you and everyone at your funeral business level-up in the communication world in a BIG way!

Ready to dive in? Check it out below (we recommend viewing it in full screen for the most viewing pleasure!)

Share the communication love

We encourage you to share this slide deck with your co-workers, boss, or even your friends, because our profession as a whole would greatly benefit from improved communication!

We think this would make a great internal presentation for any funeral biz, and would love to hear from if you do use it to educate your fellow funeral directors 🙂


Any other communication tips you’d add to the slide deck? Let us know in the comments below!

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  3. Douglas Huntley

    Really good information!

  4. Krystal Penrose

    Thanks so much Douglas! We appreciate you 🙂

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