“I’d love to say [stories] just magically appear on our doorstep. They don’t. If any of you are curating content and trying to find content, you understand it’s a beast you keep trying to feed that’s always hungry, and you never have enough food.”
When we heard Derek K. Hubbard say this at the Collaborative during his fireside chat, Brand Storytelling: Stop Talking and Listen, he reinforced that we must not let the content beast deter us from creating and telling engaging stories. In fact, he said that one of the best ways to surface compelling content is to stop talking and listen to what your audience has to say.
Whether you’re building a “feel good” narrative, a direct appeal, or a detailed how-to about your operational processes, this video can help both your nonprofit’s brand and storytelling, no matter how big or small your team.
Check Out This Free Talk to Learn:
- 5 Tips to Improve Your Storytelling
- Creative ideas for how your organization can source great content
- The three types of storytelling Southwest Airlines prioritizes
- Steps to apply their best practices to your nonprofit
- Real world examples of great storytelling