MC MaL | Communications Resources

This January, EPIP is highlighting the Measuring a Leader skill of Communications

3465-communication_colorSocial change leaders:

  • Communicate ideas and concepts clearly, persuasively, and dynamically
  • Express ideas clearly through both verbal and written means

And can be demonstrated by…

  • Writing blog posts or opinion pieces
  • Presenting at work or in their local communities

Here are a few resources that can help strengthen your Communications skills. What are some of your favorite Communications resources? How would you describe what Communication skills look like? Share them in the comments section!

EPIP Webinars

  • Catalyzing Change with Communications and Comedy: Mik Moore and Miriam Fogelson of Moore + Associates, a cutting-edge communications firm experienced with foundations, nonprofits, political operations and a plethora of well-known public figures. Mik and Miriam led a fascinating 60-minute conversation about how we can all use creative, innovative and strategic communications to achieve our social change goals. They discussed how utilizing and investing in ongoing communications efforts is so important for effective change-making, especially since foundations and nonprofits are navigating an increasingly clamorous landscape. Participants learned about M+A’s work in movement building, social impact campaigns and progressive, comedic get-out-the-vote initiatives. They also learned how nonprofits and foundations can use communications and comedy to elevate their message and “be heard above the noise”.

EPIP Blog Posts

Other Resources

Slide07How are you developing your Communications skills? What are some of your favorite tools, articles, resources? Share them in the comments below!  

EPIP Chapter Leaders Discuss Communications


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