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Webinar: Staying Connected in an Isolating World – Managing, fundraising, and communicating virtually
July 30 @ 9:00 am - 10:15 am$25 for Members / $50 for Nonmembers
Instructor: Beverly Bartlett
Nonprofit leaders are adapting to a new environment where everything from service delivery to fundraising events has become virtual. But communicating virtually offers its own challenges, and many of us are struggling to connect and resonate with others online. It can be easy to lose our sense of connection when we can’t be in the room with our audience.
Luckily, communicating virtually is a skill you can learn – it even presents its own opportunities and benefits. In this webinar, Beverly Bartlett, Senior Strategist at C2 Communications, will share valuable tips and techniques to help you get your point across, keep your audience’s attention, and elevate your virtual impact.
You’ll learn how to:
- avoid the pitfalls of virtual communications
- deliver messages with clarity
- build engagement and connection
- minimize virtual meeting burnout
Who should attend: CEOs, development professionals, marketing and communications managers, volunteer managers, HR professionals, and other leaders who communicate with external audiences.
Beverly Bartlett is an engaging writer, a trusted advisor, and a social media maven. As a leader of Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer’s communications team, she was the voice behind the voice of Louisville.
Her compelling posts helped to build more than 35,000 social media followers for the mayor. Beverly was an award-winning reporter, editor, and columnist at The Courier-Journal, where she served on the paper’s regional desk, covering communities across the Commonwealth and the General Assembly in Frankfort. She is also a published novelist, praised by The Chicago Sun-Times as having “impeccable comic timing.”
We don’t want cost to prevent members from attending this webinar. If it is, please ask for a scholarship.
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