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To give you a preview of our Group Therapy,” breakouts at our Fall 2011 Communications Network Conference, we’ve asked leaders of the individual sessions to say a few words about what they have planned and what you’ll get out of attending. Here is Part 1 of our video promos. For Part 2, click here.

(For a full list and descriptions of the Group Therapy sessions, click here.)


Minna Jung, communications director, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation: It’s Not You, It’s Me. (No, It’s Really You. No, It’s Really Me):  Foundations and Consultants Dish on How to Work With Each Other

Sylvia Burgos Toftness, communications lead, Northwest Area Foundation: Building communications into a foundation’s DNA: Walking the walk.

Katya Andresen, COO, Network for Good: Winning over your boss with Marketing Ju-Jitsu

David Adler, communications officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: What are we talking about when we talk about communications?

Akilah Williams, communications officer, Crown Family Philanthropies: Prozac for websites: How to better manage the overhaul and maintenance of your website

Marc Fest, vice president communications, John S. and James L. Knight FoundationLetting others do the talking: tactics for decentralizing communication without inviting chaos

For more conference video promos, click here.

This video series was filmed and edited by Susan Herr of PhilanthroMedia, and a regular Communications Network contributor.

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