This is an opportunity for organizational leaders, decision makers and communicators who are looking for a more impactful way to communicate their story.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) April 19, 2013
The Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations (OANO) is partnering with Columbus Ohio-based public relations agency Kessel Communications to offer a communications workshop for Ohio nonprofit organizations, “Telling Your Story for Higher Impact,” as part of OANO’s ongoing professional development and education programming. The workshop is being held in Cincinnati (May 21), Columbus (May 22), and Cleveland (June 5).
Each workshop will be led by Joel Kessel and is designed to enhance how nonprofits are getting their story in front of those who matter most to their organization, ways to support their current fundraising and communications activities, and activities they can implement to improve how they are gaining third-party credibility among those they serve.
“This is an opportunity for organizational leaders, decision-makers and communicators who are looking for a more impactful way to communicate their story,” said Jennifer Eschbach, OANO executive director.
Each workshop is from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The cost to attend is $40 for OANO members, $55 for nonmembers and includes course materials and lunch. Topics covered during the seminar include:
- Losing the Marketing Communications Fat: How an assessment of an organization’s communications can lead to improved planning, execution and results; and impact the long-term health of an organization
- Making Your Story Compelling: Getting those who matter to say “tell me more”
- Getting in Front of Media: Ways an organization can become a reliable resource media come to count on time and again
For more information on each workshop, visit http://www.oano.org.
The Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations is a statewide membership association of more than 500 nonprofit organizations representing the breadth and diversity of Ohio's charitable nonprofit sector. OANO's mission is to provide leadership, education, and advocacy to enhance the ability of Ohio's nonprofit organizations to serve their communities. To learn more, visit http://www.oano.org.
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