Inspire! Insights into using online video & dealing with online conflict
Event on 2014-04-25 08:30:00
2 inspire! events. 1 Morning. Attend both. Attend one. Your choice.
Demystifying the online video world
by Nelson Dunk
9 a.m. – 10 a.m.
YouTube. Vimeo. Vine. Instagram. Online video is everywhere!
Video has the ability to create interest in your organization in very unique ways. It levels the playing field, so you can compete with some of the biggest brands out there. This session is designed to demystify the online video world and to help you start creating a strategy for using online video in your content marketing plan.
What to do When S#$ t Hits the Fan
by Jason Dykstra
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Are you worried about what will happen to your organization or brand once crisis rears its ugly head? How will we handle it? What should we do?
This presentation will show you ways that you can turn that crisis situation into an opportunity to grow your community, gain advocates and increase your bottom line. Manage your crisis like a hostage negotiator and free your organization from the grips of terror!
You will be ready to:
1. Prepare to engage with your community around crisis issues
2. Start building a conflict resilient community
3. Reframe your mindset so that you approach crisis situations as opportunities for growth
Folks outside of the social profit sector are welcome to join us since you can also implement and benefit many of the lessons shared. We want you to be part of our learning community so we can learn from each other.
9 a.m.- 10 a.m. Nelson Dunk – Demystifying the online video world
10 – 10:30 Break
10:30 – 11:30 Jason Dykstra – What to do when the s#$ t hits the fan
Inspirations provided by:
Jason's the guy to call when you're knee deep in conflict. Jason is in the business of helping people turn conflict situations into creative solutions. He is a Conflict Management Specialist who specializes in relational and communication issues and uses his experience in mediation, group facilitation, conflict management coaching, speaking and teaching to aid you and your surroundings to better cope and engage with conflict and become more conflict resilient
Nelson Dunk loves movies. He is a filmmaker and owner of Skylight Productions, helping companies across North America convey their message in a creative and cinematic way. Nelson started creating videos in the Non-profit sector and quickly discovered that HOW you communicate is just as important as WHAT you communicate. Nelson is always looking for opportunities to create impacting and creative films, whether in the creative or corporate arenas. Capturing and conveying stories is what he finds most exciting.
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