When April 11, 2023 at 7:00pm 1 hr
Where livewithbv.com Zoom, United States
Contact Brian Varela [email protected]

Join guest speaker Jason for a political event on Strategic Communications. In this event, Jason will be sharing his insights on various topics related to Strategic Communications, including Narrative Setting, Non-Violent Communication Basics, Managing Oppositional Narratives and Debates, and Choosing and Creating Messaging Platforms.

Narrative Setting is an essential element of Strategic Communications. It is the process of creating a compelling story that resonates with your audience and reinforces your message. Jason will delve into the importance of narrative setting and how to develop a compelling story that captures the attention of your target audience.

Non-Violent Communication Basics will be another crucial topic discussed in this event. Jason will emphasize the significance of communication that is honest, respectful, and compassionate, even in the face of opposition. He will provide practical techniques and strategies to help you communicate effectively without resorting to aggression or hostility.

Managing Oppositional Narratives and Debates is a skill that every communicator should possess. In this session, Jason will provide insights into managing and responding to oppositional narratives and debates effectively. He will help you learn to identify, assess, and respond to opposing views in a way that is both constructive and persuasive.

Choosing and Creating Messaging Platforms is the final topic that Jason will cover in this event. He will explore various messaging platforms and how to choose the right one to reach your target audience effectively. He will also provide tips on how to create messaging platforms that are engaging, compelling, and persuasive.

Join us for this exciting event and learn essential skills on Strategic Communications. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your communication skills and take your political messaging to the next level. RSVP today!

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