Sorry, killed my previous comment by accident. My primary reason for being in this group revolves around communication issues and how they fit into capacity building.
I had mentioned the military’s often used term “force multiplier.” Actions or duties that in and of themselves only accomplish a small or sometime insignificant result, but when combined with the larger action make it more affective, or allow others to complete larger actions in a more affective way.
Publicly communicating an action and its affectiveness is one of those force multipliers where handled properly can build support both inside and outside the agency.
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