Getting Your Message Across
June 7, 2021
Laura Law: Organizations often have a tag line that is easy to remember. Sometimes this is the same as mission statement and sometimes it is not. For example, the food bank is “Providing food with dignity for eastern Oklahoma.”
Wendy Thomas: Good point about the “tag line” – the trend in mission statements is definitely getting shorter and easier to remember also
Wendy Thomas: smart sharp easy to use
Kimberly Hawkins: Innovation
Sarah Wyatt: innovative technology?
Mercedes Millberry Fowler (she/her/hers): Think Different
Kimberly Hawkins: creative
Kimberly Hawkins: just do it
Adrienne Yandell: Just do it
Wendy Thomas: fast moving energy
Kimberly Hawkins: the best
Kimberly Hawkins: athletes
Grant Maxey: tech sector
Kimberly Hawkins: everyoned who uses a computer
Mercedes Millberry Fowler (she/her/hers): Creative industry
Kimberly Hawkins: urban hibsters
Grant Maxey: Active people
Veronica Martinez: athletics
Kim Grey: Athletes
Kimberly Hawkins: atheleisure
Grant Maxey: Fans of athletes
Theresa Woodard, MD: I would appreciate access to the press release sample
Linh Sasser, she/her, OKCNP: Theresa email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward you a template.
Theresa Woodard, MD: thanks @Linh
Wendy Thomas: If you need to fill out the participation survey for tonight’s training you can access it here: https://leadershiptulsa.typeform.com/to/QqRut0J8
Wendy Thomas: Honorees and other mentions of specific people always get best engagement at LT also
Michelle Siegfried: This was great info – thanks so much for sharing it!
Theresa Woodard, MD: Thank you all!
Laura Law: Thank you so much!
NANCY JANUARY: Thanks for sharing!
Grant Maxey: Thanks!
Eric Gill: Thank you for this presentation it was informative
Adrienne Yandell: Thanks!!!