Each Wednesday at 10am EST, we host a Weekly Communication Support Check-In to share best practices and discuss with each other how we are communicating differently (or the same) during the COVID-19 crisis. Here are some notes from this week’s meet-up that may help you navigate what’s most important to communicate now.


Don’t Stop. Don’t Struggle.

This week we kept it simple and focused on the theme. What keeps you from communicating and acting with ease? What gets in your way? 


TAKEAWAYS:

Communication is not one-and-done. It’s a continuous flow like a river and feedback like a loop. 

Rather than thinking about limits, what can you do to have creativity give you a “Freedom Pass” for ongoing and easier communication and action? Don’t Stop. But, Don’t Struggle either.

Design and use consistent systems and practices to help overcome doubt and fear. Practice makes perfect-ish. 

Get advice and just jump into tools to try them to avoid the overwhelm of too many options. Once you get started, you’ll have a better idea of what you want to use.


RESOURCES WE REVIEWED:

Join the Weekly Communication Support Zoom on Weds @10am EST


CHAT TRANSCRIPT

10:27:33 From Social Impact Studios : This is the Promotion Planning Tool & Creative Brief Tool
10:27:35 From Social Impact Studios : bit.ly/PIWCreativeBrief
10:27:47 From Social Impact Studios : bit.ly/PIWPromoPlanTool
10:45:58 From Scott Allison to Social Impact Studios (Privately) : Thanks for sharing your tool templates. One suggestion to consider: You may want to add a question/topic about measuring success. I have found that often that is forgotten about. Then at the end of the project, there is a vague assessment about if it was really successful.
10:46:58 From Social Impact Studios : Yes! Thanks, Scott. Good advice from Scott to be clear about how you plan to track the results of whatever you are communicating about.
10:47:00 From Social Impact Studios : Thanks for sharing your tool templates. One suggestion to consider: You may want to add a question/topic about measuring success. I have found that often that is forgotten about. Then at the end of the project, there is a vague assessment about if it was really successful.
10:48:04 From Social Impact Studios : Streamyard
10:48:22 From Social Impact Studios : https://streamyard.com/
10:50:08 From Scott Allison to Social Impact Studios (Privately) : Thanks for hosting this. Have to go.
11:02:47 From Yessenia García-Lebrón : Thank you everyone. I need to leave for another call 🙂
11:03:20 From Leni Uddyback : I love this community of creatives


 

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