At CCRDA, we believe it is important to learn from each other regularly as we are community of Christ-centred organizations who desire to share skills, knowledge and support one another. In order to facilitate this mutual learning relationship, in May 2017, we introduced our first series of monthly webinars which feature one of our members or an expert in a relevant field on a topic of their expertise. All our webinars are FREE for members and cost $15 for non-members. Click here to register.
Improving the Stories we Tell
June 10, 2021 at 1:00pm EST/10:00am PST
Paul Bettings, CCRDA Preferred Partner
This webinar will help the audience better understand how to tell stories by walking through the elements that make compelling narrative and narrative archs. This webinar will help attendees set themselves up for successful story gathering experiences by highlighting items to look for when sourcing a story, understanding what items need to be in place before the story gathering begins, how to make sure the correct information is sourced and the basic structure of a good story.
In addition, we will discuss basic photography, videography and interview tips and tricks and the ATTACK theory, which stands for Access, Trust, Time, Accountability, Creativity and Knowledge, which gives you concepts to keep in mind when gathering resources and stories in the field or from your backyard.
Telling a good story is not an easy task, but as you begin to understand what drives people to listen, watch and hear the story you want to tell you will be better equipped to collect compelling resources that connect with your audience.
These webinars are FREE for members and $15 for non-members.
To sign up for a webinar, please click here.
Click here to access the "members only" gallery of archived webinars including:
Healthy Leaders: What are they really and how can I be one? with Chris Wignall, The Catalyst Foundation
Leaders Kryptonite: How insecurity undermines leadership and how to overcome it with Chris Wignall, The Catalyst Foundation
Healthy Organizations: What are they really and how can we be one? with Chris Wignall, The Catalyst Foundation
At-Risk Child and Youth Migration in West Africa: Highlighting human rights among vulnerable populations with Rebekah Ledlie, Tyndale University Student
Post Pandemic Hiring Trends for Charities and how to Retain A-Players with Mark Kraft, Nelson/Kraft
Chart a New Course Forward: Chalmers Center Online Training Library with Justin Lonas, The Leadership Studio
Creating Environments in which Both Men and Women can Thrive with Ellen Duffield, The Leadership Studio
Flourishing and the Spiritual Discipline of Health with Stan Wiens, The Health Project
An Introduction to Spiritual First Aid with Kent Annan and Jamie Aten, Humanitarian Disaster Institute
Leading M&E Teams Remotely: A Conversation on Leadership, Coaching, Collaboration & Tools with Tracey DeGraaf, Transformis Consultants
For the Love of Creation with Beth Lorimer, KAIROS
Prepared for Change:Strengthening your organizational strategy with theory of change with Elaine Stavnitzky, Consultant
Faith-Based Organizations and Official Development Assistance: Why how much the government gives matters with Erika Richter, Cooperation Canada
Strategic Planning for COVID Times: 3 Easy and Practical Exercises to do with your Staff with Chris Bosch, Chisel Consulting
Improving Team Relationships and Culture with Dave Blundell, Fullwell Leadership
Sabbath Economics under the Shadow of Pandemics with Ched Meyers, Bartimeaus Cooperative Ministries
Disaster and Emergency Response: A Canadian Model with Alain Normand, City of Brampton/ADRA
Journey into the Unknown with Hazel Mayhew, Beracah Counseling
Traveling with Youth on International Trips with Melodie Bissell, Plan to Protect
Better Together with Danielle Strickland, International Speaker & Author
Growing Organizational Influence with Phil Tanner, Consultant
Special Webinar with the Chalmers Center and Brian Fikkert, Chalmers Center
Rooting for Rivals with Chris Horst, HOPE International
Development and the Environment: Incorporating the Environment in our Work with Jennifer Fernandes, Consultant
Strategies to Improve your Digital Fundraising Campaign with Graeme Watt, Anthem Creative
Why the Opposite of Poverty is Not the American Dream with Brian Fikkert, Chalmers Center
Developing Rhythms for Greater Health & Impact with Steve Brown, President of Arrow Leadership
International Disaster Response Training with the Foundation for Humanitarian Cooperation International
Innovating for Impact: Building and Prioritizing Innovation in Canada's Global Development and Humanitarian Community with Nicolas Moyer, President/CEO of CCIC
Achieving a High Standard of Protection Among Relief and Development Initiatives: Children, Youth and Vulnerable Adults with Melodie Bissell, CEO of Plan to Protect
He Said, She Said: What's so Important about Using a Gender Lens in our Work? with Elaine Stavnitzky, Independent Consultant
The Role of Faith in International Development with Dr. Amy Kaler, Professor and Associate Chair (Graduate Programmes) at the University of Alberta
Ending Poverty Together: A New Collaborative Resource with Shelaine Strom, Manager of Education and Professional Development at Food for the Hungry Canada
Trauma Care in International Development with Ida Kaastra-Mutoigo, Director of World Renew Canada
Communicating Development in Canada: Learning from Data with Marie-Eve Marchand, CCIC Campaign Manager
Gender Analysis: CCRDA Member Skill-Sharing Call with Diana Opollo and Karoline Davis
Measuring Transformation with Youth Unlimited GTA
Project Management with James Metcalf
CRA Compliance with Jeff Hogan
Core Humanitarian Standards with Jacqueline Koster
Emerging Legal Trends: Why Christian Charities Must Pay Attention with Barry Bussey
Using LinkedIn to Create a Presence on Social Media with Christiane St.Amour.