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The Cleveland Council on World Affairs, in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), invited Brian Sooy to share helpful tips for advocacy and communication campaigns, including strategies for working with target audiences to a delegation of nonprofit leaders from Belarus through the Community Connections Program.
Attendees learned how strategic nonprofit communications align purpose, strategy, culture, and voice with the communities you serve. Four dimensions of communication form a framework for nurturing a culture that attracts, informs, inspires, and engages.
In this Sharpspring Partner webinar-on-deman, learn how Aespire uses marketing automation and the Cause Manifesto to empower their clients.
Brian Sooy will be presenting "A Culture of Communication Nurtures a Culture of Innovation" at the 2015 National Humanities Conference. The conference theme, Innovate, encourages the councils to take stock of innovation in their community, reflect on current challenges, and develop creative solutions to them. The conference aims not only to facilitate innovation but to embody it.
University and college designers, be sure to attend the Four Dimensions of Communication and Culture session at the 2015 UCDA National Conference.
As designers, we know that communications matters—and design is the catalyst. A culture of communication unites every aspect of an institution’s mission—admissions, advancement, academics, athletics, economic development and leadership—to advance your mission and improve your student experience.
Not-for-profits make a difference. As a leader and a financial professional, you are instrumental in helping them make that difference. Stay sharp with insights from not-for-profit leaders in innovation, fundraising and aligning mission, vision and messaging. Sponsored by the Ohio Society of CPAs.
The Cleveland Council on World Affairs, in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is hosting a delegation of nonprofit leaders from Belarus through the Community Connections Program. Brian Sooy has been invited to share best practices in nonprofit branding, marketing, and communications in the digital and social age.
The National Council of Nonprofits' Network Learning Confab provides a collaborative setting for State Council of Nonprofits to learn and engage in transformational best practices for their advocacy and members.