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Multi-Channel Communications: Thinking Through Organizational Messaging from the Audience Perspective

  • 10/21/2014
  • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (CDT)
  • Center for Change
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Multi-Channel Communications: Thinking Through Organizational Messaging From The Audience Perspective 

There are myriad (and growing) opportunities for communicating with your members, donors, partners, and other constituents.  What works?  How can the various channels work together?  How can you measure the collective effect? 

This facilitated discussion will offer several ideas from current research and draw upon the ideas and experience of participants. 

Come prepared to share!

Trainer:  David Allen is a non-profit organizational development consultant.  He works with organization boards to help their members learn how to be better leaders and advocates.  David's background includes 30 years working in membership fundraising, major donor development, communications, and marketing. David's work includes working for Nature Conservancy (TNC) chapters in Oregon, Texas, and Wisconsin both individual chapter support and as an internal fundraising consultant and major donor development trainer.  In March of 2009, David launched his consulting business under the name Development for Conservation.

 http://www.developmentforconservation.com/about-us/

 

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