You're invited to our first See3 Strategy Summit!

At See3, we've built our practice around digital strategy and impact for nonprofits. Increasingly, that means talking about issues that would be considered "management consulting,” as much as communications strategy.

The fact is, your organization can't succeed in digital today without effective organizational alignment. With Make-A-Wish, for example, we are currently facilitating a multi-year capacity-building project to align storytelling and communications processes across 62 domestic chapters. Exciting stuff!

While we love partnering with nonprofits on long-term projects like that one, we also know that many organizations are looking to implement core lessons themselves. With that in mind, for the first time we're making our process available to groups of organizations in the first See3 Strategy Summit. I’m so excited, I made a little video about it.

The See3 Strategy Summit is a one-day, deep-dive, collaborative workshop for nonprofit teams to reset their digital strategies for long-term impact and organizational effectiveness. We are convening a select group of courageous do-gooders from a variety of orgs to learn, reflect, plan, and connect in powerful ways. Everyone will walk away with proven concepts and practical tools to ensure they are maximizing their digital communications and moving supporters to action. Learn how you can be a part of our first cohort.

One the best things we are going to do at the See3 Strategy Summit is teach you about Digital Minimalism. Digital Minimalism is a holistic approach to digital communications which helps ensure your content rises above the noise, your digital presence positively impacts the entire organization, and you’ll still get home by 6.

Our first See3 Strategy Summit will be in Chicago on Thursday, August 31. And we’re looking forward to bringing it to other cities soon! Learn more and apply here.

Author: Michael Hoffman
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  • See3 Strategy Summit
  • Strategy
  • digital minimalism
  • organizational alignment
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