Summer Seminar Series Offers Communication Training Designed and Priced for Nonprofit Organizations

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"Summer of Learning" Friday workshops teach nonprofit communicators everything from media relations to video production, crisis communication to presentation skills--all at discounted rates.

"I believe every business has a responsibility to give back. We must share our time, talent, and treasure." -Kristan Getsy Owner/CEO, Life's Eyes Media

"For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required." -Luke 12:48

In today's multi-channel, multi-platform, multimedia communications environment, the challenge of message penetration looms larger than ever. Nowhere is that challenge more pressing than in the headquarters of nonprofit organizations, where budgets are always tight and needs are always vast.

This summer, Life's Eyes Media, LLC, greater Cincinnati's premiere marketing communication training and consulting firm, provides nonprofit communicators a unique learning opportunity. The goal? Help nonprofits navigate and conquer today's daunting messaging landscape.

"A core value of our business is enrichment of the community where we live and work," says Kristan Getsy, Owner/CEO of Life's Eyes Media. "There's no better way for us to accomplish this than to help strengthen the impact of these wonderful nonprofit agencies through their dedicated communicators. As a community, that enriches us all."

The Life's Eyes Media "Summer of Learning" is a comprehensive educational outreach program, designed and discounted for nonprofit communicators. The series features six distinctly different workshops, each on a different Friday, from June through August.

First in the Series is "Media Training," scheduled for Friday, June 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at a cost of $150 (25% discount). Lunch is included for this dynamic, interactive workshop where nonprofit communicators can hone their skills in media relations, messaging, and interviewing--engaging media outlets to maximum advantage.

"Crisis Communication" is next, scheduled for Friday, June 21 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at a cost of $150 (25% discount). Lunch is included as this seminar zeroes in on the crises every organization should prepare for in today's uncertain world. Attendees learn how to create a sophisticated crisis response plan and turn the unexpected into opportunity.

"Video Production 101" comes into focus on on Friday, July 12 from 9 a.m. to noon at a cost of $79. This session teaches students the fundamentals of producing videos for use in organizational communication, particularly via social media. Life's Eyes Media offers a "Buddy Pass" for this workshop, meaning each registered attendee can bring another nonprofit employee or volunteer at no additional charge.

"You Tube 101 Lunch & Learn" is scheduled for Friday, July 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at a cost of $49. Lunch is included, and the "Buddy Pass" policy is in effect for this inside look at the world's second-largest search engine and how a nonprofit organization can capitalize on its growing reach and popularity.

"Successful Presentation" takes the stage on on Friday, August 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at a cost of $100 (50% discount). Lunch is included for this workshop designed to demystify the art and science of effective public speaking--and tranform the average person's greatest fear into a nonprofit messaging showcase.

Finally, "Power Point/Keynote Presentation Skills" is scheduled for Friday, August 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at a cost of $75. Lunch is included, and the Buddy Pass policy is in effect for a hands-on "how to" in the creation and execution of successful software-supported presentations.

All "Summer of Learning" seminars take place at Life's Eyes Media Training Center in Lookout Corporate Center, 1717 Dixie Highway, Suite 150, Fort Wright, Kentucky, 41011. Call 859-363-3916 for more information and/or to register for these limited-seating workshops.

Life's Eyes Media is passionate about working with non-profits. This video explains why and shows some of our work:

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