Slashing your organization’s silos is no easy feat. Human nature, territorialism and every department believing their message, work, or existence is the most essential to members, supporters or clients, makes for a difficult process to get everyone on the same page.
The good news is that if you’re suffering from this problem you’re not alone – and we’ve got a webinar to help you tackle it.
One of the biggest issues those working in advocacy have is communicating with other departments in their organization and getting them to understand the importance of their work.
With multiple messages being sent to members, supporters, or donors, an organization can lose sight of its core message.
Add to that the fact many advocacy or government relations departments have multiple core issues to cover, all needing a different message or mandate.
And that’s before you add in the multiple platforms from other departments including CRM’s, AMS’s, advocacy tools, social media platforms and so forth, that may or may not talk to each other, so no one knows what anyone else is doing or sending out.
So how do you put in place a central communications hub that everyone can agree on?
Well, it takes a concentrated effort, but it’s not impossible as our webinar shows.
The Repercussions of Silos
The alternative could result in a situation like the one in this email we got to CQ Connectivity a few months ago.
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