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Posts Tagged: storytelling
Governments are one of the largest repositories of in-demand data. Why shouldn’t government use data journalism to unlock value by telling its own story?
The art of storytelling is an essential skill. It helps sell your ideas faster. Here’s how you can harness the power of storytelling.
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In government, there has been a growing respect for the world’s oldest form of communication: storytelling. Storytelling is a vibrant way to persuade, entertain, inform and inspire your team. And even more important than storytelling is story sharing.
Maybe you don’t know where to start, or what to share. Maybe you don’t have a robust communications department. Whatever the reason, I’ve compiled these quick tips to help you tell better stories. I focus on tech, but these tips apply to all of government.
Too often, governments try to tell their citizens what they think they want to know instead of what they actually want to know. Check out these tips on how to curate better content and promote engagement.
If I described our work in the present and future, wouldn’t that be more compelling, and interesting? Discussing how we work hard to support the continuous improvement culture, capacity, and results for state government? Yes, yes it would.
If your goal is to present information in an unbiased, stick-to-the-facts sort of way, bullet points may work just fine. But if you want your audience to become engaged in your work and take action? Consider the humble story as your communication model.
When you produce something for an audience, remember that you are asking them to give you a treasure: their time. To help you maximize your audience’s precious resource, here are some tips to consider.