Unmuted: What works, what doesn’t, and how we can all do better when working together online

Unmuted: What works, what doesn’t, and how we can all do better when working together online

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Produced in conjunction with some of the nation’s leading nonprofit organizations, including The Chronicle of Philanthropy, CASE, the Council on Foundations, and Independent Sector, this comprehensive report is designed to help practitioners improve their online communication skills. The report identifies nine key takeaways addressing topics such as inclusivity, meeting length and frequency, leadership and facilitation, video feeds, and long-term trends.

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This well-researched piece offers readers thoughtful and practical advice on how to communicate effectively using a variety of web-based mechanisms including webinars, web meetings, and webcasts. The findings that are the basis for Andy Goodman’s recommendations are derived from a survey of more than 4,000 individuals and a wide range of other quantitative and qualitative data. The advice provided is both practical (“Should I turn my camera on or off?) and pragmatic (how to engage participants) and includes easy-to-use techniques that everyone can use.

Source: The Goodman Center | 2020 | Andy Goodman

Tags: Nonprofit, online, communications, webinars, COVID-19, webinars, webcasts

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