Elements of Strategic Communication Plan.

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Elements of a Strategic Communications Plan Determine Goal Identify and Profile Audience Develop Messages Select Communication Channels Choose Activities and Materials Establish Partnerships Implement the Plan Evaluate and Make Mid-Course Corrections Step 1: Determine Goal To initiate a successful and effective communications effort, start with an assessment of your current organizational goals. Examine what your organization stands for—its mission, values and beliefs. Look closely at who your organization is serving. This process will help narrow and sharpen the focus for your communication initiative(s). What issue is most important to your organization right now?…show more content…
How have they been educated? What are the language considerations? What or who are they influenced by? What makes new information credible for them? What or who could motivate change or action? _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ Step 3: Develop Messages Your messages are closely tied to your goal and objectives. They deliver important information about the issue and compel the targeted audience to think, feel, or act. They can: • • • • • • • Show the importance, urgency, or magnitude of the issue Show the relevance of the issue Put a “face” on the issue Be tied to specific audience values, beliefs, or interests of the audience Reflect an
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