On Wednesday 15th April, NTEN is holding a webinar for nonprofits to demonstrate how social media can impact your organisation’s reputation and relationships with the community.
Communications patterns have shifted to a reality where everyone is the spokesperson for your non-profit.
Big Duck’s vice president Farra Trompeter, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s national social media manager Danielle Brigida, will lead this session in which you will learn to use the blurring lines between personal and professional brands to market your nonprofit, and how to train staff through social media guidelines and internal communications tools.
You will learn to:
- Understand who the spokesperson is for your organisation
- Be able to apply tangible ways to empower your staff to represent your nonprofit
- Learn the best ways to review existing policies or guidelines and update with new suggestions
Click here to sign up!
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