Monday, December 7 — 10-11:30 a.m.
Tuesday, December 8 — 10-11:30 a.m.
The ability to communicate effectively and tell a compelling story is a key leadership skill.
Great storytelling can highlight and persuade, bring issues and statistics to life, and make the impact of external factors, such as policy decisions, more tangible to audiences.
To build this critical skill among Ohio farmers and food system leaders, the Institute for Conservation Leadership will host a two-session training on communications and storytelling skills.
The training will focus on the elements of effective storytelling, communications strategies, and public speaking with an eye towards issue advocacy.
Through a hands-on learning process, attendees will build community with other leaders and specific communication skills for their context.
This meeting will be held on Zoom. Login information will be provided prior to the meeting.
Cost: $25 members/$35 non-members
Questions: Contact Amalie Lipstreu at (614) 947-1607 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Presenter
Joy Jackson serves as a Senior Associate with the Institute for Conservation Leadership. In this role, she consults with environmental and conservation focused groups, planning and facilitating meetings, as well as providing project-based assistance and training services on behalf of the organization.
Joy is a dedicated public servant with a passion for coaching, instruction, and capacity-building. She has spent 15 years in administrator and instructional roles at non-profits and universities. She has extensive experience designing and facilitating workshops, most recently serving as a career development instructor with The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Programs. Her higher education career has included Director level roles at Virginia Tech and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.