In this webinar, we will introduce various channels through which people communicate and learn. We will also look at how to engage people's right brain (intuition, holistic thinking) as a way to communicate effectively on sustainability-related topics. We will also offer some free tools that everybody can use such as short animation videos, illustrations, etc. Finally, we will look at how to tell stories that inspire people to act and share in today's overcrowded media marketplace.
- Understand how people communicate and learn
- Learn how to craft your message and visuals making the most of these channels
- Learn how to tell and live stories that inspire your audience.
WEBINAR: Communicating Sustainability Effectively with Visuals
Thursday, September 27th, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET. All registrants will receive a recording of the live webinar.
Alexandre Magnin is a self-employed sustainability consultant and illustrator. He creates animation videos, illustrations, drawings, paintings and so much more. His artistic and design skills are complemented by 17 years of experience in web marketing and communication. During this time, he worked with small and large organizations (such as Coca-Cola, The Co-operators, The Natural Step and others). Over and above his creative capacity, he makes complex ideas visual and easy to understand.
For the last 11 years, he has been focusing on projects related to sustainable development in order to contribute to an urgent much-needed change. He also created a YouTube channel where he posts engaging sustainability videow to learn and teach so that everyone can have access to the best sustainability knowledge for free. Find all the videos an join the community on our Sustainability Illustrated website.
COST & CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
ISSP credential holders will earn 0.5 CEUs for attending this webinar.
ISSP Webinars are free for members and $25 for non-members. After the webinar, non-members will receive a discount code worth $25 off a new ISSP membership.
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