- Wednesday, October 8 - Day 1
- — David Brotherton (@wordsmith68)Mon, Oct 06 2014 20:47:22
- Psychological research shows that jargon disrupts language processing in the brain and makes people less likely to understand, remember or even believe the ideas we are trying to communicate. Jargon kills attention, comprehension, retention and motivation. Attendees got some great tips to fight jargon.
- — HattawayComm (@HattawayComm)Wed, Oct 08 2014 13:02:00
- — Shaheen Mamawala (@ShaheenMamawala)Wed, Oct 08 2014 20:07:26
- Exploring how solutions impact communications and impact.
- — Woodcock Foundation (@WoodcockFdn)Wed, Oct 08 2014 17:20:08"In order to make the change we want, we need to be able to say yes." Kicking off #ComNet14 with a workshop today on sparking solutions.
- — Doug Hattaway (@DougHattaway)Wed, Oct 08 2014 19:51:36Aim high: Aspirational goals pack more motivating power over longer periods of time than emotional appeals alone (eg, pity) #ComNet14
- — Maya Duval Trabin (@mayatrabin)Wed, Oct 08 2014 20:04:37
- Lots of new tools and platforms were announced at #ComNet14.
- — Douglas Gould & Co. (@DG_Company)Thu, Oct 09 2014 14:58:39
- — Brett Davidson (@brettdav)Wed, Oct 08 2014 18:59:51
- Philadelphia's amazing arts programs were well represented - from the Barnes to Mural Arts.
The Communications Network Annual Conference was abuzz with great speakers, examples of communications campaigns making major social change, and a healthy dose of art, food and fun.
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