Whether you're planning a special event, a fundraising campaign, or a new program for your organization, a plan is needed.
A plan helps everyone know what needs to be done. Right?
So, why is it common to make a plan and then not use it? Often a plan is put it in a 3-ring binder, and then put it on a shelf...never to be seen again. The fact is, most plans aren't too exciting to follow. They are filled in with organizational jargon, bullet points, to-do lists, and non-exciting information.
How do you get people to be energized around your plan?
In the video below, Aimee Sheridan gives you a storytelling framework for creating a plan that will be more engaging for your staff and volunteers to implement.
If you like this video, and enjoy what Aimee has to share, come to this year's nonprofit storytelling conference. Aimee will go into depth and teach you how to move away from the mind-numbing, eye-glazing planning processes of the past and to use storytelling to set goals, develop strategies, and drive action. Click here to learn more
If you'd like to learn more about storytelling and nonprofit communications, then come to this year's Nonprofit Storytelling Conference. Click here
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