Creating and delivering consistent information takes planning, especially in times of rapid change
People hear things, whether you like it or not.
So why not make sure they’re hearing what you’re actually saying and not the thing made up by someone down the street who doesn’t know what’s really going on?
Communicating in times of uncertainty or rapid change isn’t rocket surgery.
People have been planning and communicating for years.
You can easily learn and profit from their experience when you need to get the word out about what you’re planning to do.
It doesn’t matter if you’re talking just with your neighbours or other stakeholders, communicating on the “frontlines” is always more successful when you have a plan and know how to implement it.
FRONTLINE COMMUNICATIONS – A TACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
Here is what you get
The whole communications enchilada that will help you think about what you want to communicate, detail how you will do it and check with an advisor to make sure it will do what you need it to do.
A fill-in-the-blanks guide to putting together a plan that works
Easy-to-use documents so you don’t have to waste time thinking them up
The ultimate step-by-step process that helps you map out what you need to do to be successful
If you’re ready to communicate with neighbours, stakeholders or communities, this is the course that will put you on track to
building understanding of your activities.
Don’t use this course if you
Don’t care what people think or feel about your organization or operation
are ready to take the risk that it doesn’t matter when people don’t understand what you’re doing
don’t care about having people support you in your reaching your objectives
This course is for you if you
believe a simple, good plan will help you be successful faster
want to use tested and effective techniques to build understanding about your activities
are ready to build popular support for what you want to do