Public Seminar: Messaging Matters: A Checklist to Enhance Buy-in for Your Ideas (October 23)

Messaging Matters: A Checklist to Enhance Buy-in for Your Ideas

Ronin Institute Research Scholar Seminar Series

Presenter : Thomas J. Buckholtz

Date/time : October 23 at 2:00 PM ET/ 6:00 PM GMT

Attendees : General public

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Summary : Gain a checklist and perspective to use when marketing your endeavors to would-be clientele, colleagues, funders, or other entities. Consider using the checklist for many other activities throughout your life. I developed this and some other checklists, based on perspective from a diverse career. (I have worked with large and small enterprises in aerospace, agricultural research, biotech, business services, computing, defense, education, energy utilities, government, healthcare, high technology, innovation, insurance, Internet, law enforcement, politics, research and development, telecommunications, and venture capital. One role included leading a 2,000-person business unit.) The checklists are broadly applicable, semi-rigorous, and hopefully not overly prescriptive.

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thanks. very important. :slight_smile:

This seminar is part of the Ronin Institute Public Seminar Series, featuring our Research Scholars. We welcome members of the public, but please register ahead of time to get the meeting link.

Presenter : Thomas J. Buckholtz, Ronin Institute Research Scholar

Date/time : October 23 at 2:00 PM ET/ 6:00 PM GMT (local time)(add event to your calendar) Hosted by : Vesselin Gueorguiev, Ronin Institute Research Scholar

Summary : Gain a checklist and perspective to use when marketing your endeavors to would-be clientele, colleagues, funders, or other entities. Consider using the checklist for many other activities throughout your life. I developed this and some other checklists, based on perspective from a diverse career. (I have worked with large and small enterprises in aerospace, agricultural research, biotech, business services, computing, defense, education, energy utilities, government, healthcare, high technology, innovation, insurance, Internet, law enforcement, politics, research and development, telecommunications, and venture capital. One role included leading a 2,000-person business unit.) The checklists are broadly applicable, semi-rigorous, and hopefully not overly prescriptive.

Thanks for posting @keithtse! As Iā€™d already shared this a few weeks ago I merged your post to that thread.