WEBINAR: Nonprofit Communications in a Divided America
June 30 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Faculty: Peter Panepento, Turn Two Communications
It’s no secret that our nation is deeply divided along political and social lines, and these divisions make it increasingly difficult for nonprofits to develop messages that appeal to people on both sides of the divide.
While most organizations have missions that should appeal to liberals, conservatives, and everyone in between, it’s easy for messages to be delivered in a way that appeals to one side and not the other.
Join us for a session that will equip your organization with the tools it needs to listen thoughtfully and communicate effectively with supporters who span the political and social spectrum.
Participants will learn how to:
• Identify and speak to the shared values of internal and external audiences, including potential supporters, regardless of their political or social ideology.
• Assess your existing communications to find language and imagery that turns off those on either side of the ideological divide.
• Eliminate jargon and develop direct, accessible communications that connect with shared values.
• Reach key audiences who are either unaware of or turned off by your existing messaging.