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Storytelling to Inspire Funders

Storytelling to Inspire Funders:
Describing Your Research in a Whole New Way

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 open-quote  Funders do not generally care about the researcher’s perspective. They
would rather see how the research applies to the “Average Joe” through storytelling. close-quote


It is very easy for research scientists to fall into the trap of trying to make a case for their research without showing the impact of the same in a convincing way. To do this effectively, we must tell compelling stories. Science shows that audience retention increases dramatically when we tell stories. If there is a “plot” to be examined, people are more likely to remain engaged.
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During this inspirational Webinar, Dr. John Greenhoe will show how researchers can get traction through anecdotal messages that attract human interest. A veteran foundation professional with a creative writing background, Greenhoe is uniquely qualified to show how storytelling can drive home the importance of your research.
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This Webinar will also include examples that show how stories can be employed to showcase research in grant reports, proposals and cases for support. You will examine several storytelling examples that will get the attention of funders and significantly increase your chances for success. If you are a researcher looking for innovative techniques that can attract new sources of funding, this “can’t miss” Webinar is perfect for you.

5 Key Take-Aways:

  • PIs will learn how to take a fresh
    perspective when explaining their research.
  • PIs will understand the power of the
    “story of one.”
  • PIs will be ready to use funder/donor centered language when telling stories
    about their research.
  • PIs will learn ways to condense their
    research into paragraphs/sentences/
    bullet points that tell stories.
  • PIs will use their storytelling writing to
    build strong presentations (elevator
    speeches).
  Who Should Attend:

  • Research scientists looking for funding, both fledgling and experienced. “Newbies” will have an advantage in cutting their teeth with storytelling techniques, while more established researchers will be able to look at their projects with “fresh eyes” by employing storytelling to provide new perspectives.

 

 

 


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John Greenhoe, CFRE, has more than 25 years of nonprofit leadership experience and for the last 15 years he has devoted his skills to attracting large philanthropic gifts from companies, foundations and individuals. Greenhoe is a professionally trained journalist with experience as a newspaper editor and radio news reporter. He is also the author of an Amazon.com bestselling book, “Opening the Door to Major Gifts: Mastering the Discovery Call” (Charity Channel Press, 2013). Greenhoe is further a highly sought after international philanthropy speaker, having delivered talks in recent years in Europe, Africa and New Zealand.


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This Webinar presentation is brought to you as a training tool by the Principal Investigators Association, which is an independent organization. The presentation, tools presented and their contents are not connected with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), nor are they endorsed by this agency. All views expressed are those personally held by the presenter and are not official government policies or opinions.

 

 

 

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