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Forget about elevator speeches. Think elevator conversations. Elevator pitches are one of a number of strategies you can use to stealthily promote your organization’s successful programs and services. We cover elevator pitches in an OERC workshop about how to use evaluation to better advocate for your organization. I always thought of elevator pitches as little… Read More »
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Here are some more great techniques to help with telling a story to report your evaluation data so it will get the attention it deserves. Juice Analytics has this truly wonderful collection of resources in a guide called “30 Days to Data Storytelling.” With assignments of less than 30 minutes a day, this guide links… Read More »
Last week, I wrote about program success stories. As a follow-up, I want to introduce you to a story builder tool available at the CDC Injury Prevention and Control web site. The story builder takes you through three steps to produce an attractive, well-written program success story. Each step offers downloadable Microsoft Word documents to… Read More »
Sometimes our program successes are a well-kept secret, hidden deep in our final reports under pages of statistics, tables, and descriptive details. There is a way to shine a stronger light on positive program impacts: program success stories. These are short (1-2 page) narratives that are designed to educate policy makers, attract partners, and share… Read More »
Want to see how stories can raise the visibility of successful programs? Check out the project showcase of Community Health Advocate programs, created under the direction of the Native Telehealth Outreach and Technical Assistance Program (NTOTAP). NTOTAP, a program of the Centers for American Indian & Alaska Native Health, provides training on website design and… Read More »