Skillgym

How to Talk about Social Innovation

Explore the ways language and framing can impact social change efforts, and share some expert advice for social innovators about how to stay on message and make your messaging and metaphors work for you.

Facilitated by
Matt Norman
Online Videos
Multiple Resources
Active Community
One-on-One Mentorship
$ 0.00 AUD
Date: 
October 21, 2020
Time: 
11:00 am
Time: 
11:00 am
Videos: 
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Duration: 
1hr
Via Zoom
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Whats covered in this Skillgym?

Our regular SkillGym series brings you 1-hour online skills workouts to help you build up your innovation muscles as we create the future of work together.

As designers and changemakers, the way we talk about social innovation is important. The language and frames we use, and the metaphors we invoke without even realising it, influence the way people understand the issues we care about - as well as the solutions they reach for.

In this SkillGym workout, we'll explore the ways language and framing can impact social change efforts, and share some expert advice for social innovators about how to stay on message and make your messaging and metaphors work for you.

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