Watch our Learning Through the Crisis interview series

In Episode 1, Joseph Lavoie speaks to the hunger people have to take action in this environment and what that means for future campaigns. In Episode 2, Ginny Roth talks strategy for interacting with government and decision makers through the crisis. In Episode 3, Morgan Cates discusses the significance of strategic communication during a crisis and the importance of consistent and authentic communication in the public affairs space.
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Episode 1: Learning Through the Crisis

April 17: Crestview Strategy Founding Partner Chad Rogers sat down with Joseph Lavoie, the National Practice Lead, Campaigns and Digital Mobilization, to discuss lessons that he and the team have learned through the COVID-19 crisis.

Joseph speaks to the hunger people have to take action in this environment and what that means for future campaigns.

Bio for Joseph Lavoie: https://www.crestviewstrategy.ca/joseph-lavoie

LinkedIn for Joseph Lavoie: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephlavoie/

3 recommendations:

    1. With people spending more time on screens, people are ready to engage.
    2. People are also willing to take action, no matter how small, to do their part.
    3. Production values mean nothing now. If late night TV can get away with mobile broadcasting, so can you.

1 big shout out! 

Coursera for making a lot of online learning free and relevant.

Other references:
Masters of Scale Podcast from Reid Hoffman
The Journal Podcast from the Wall Street Journal
Stillness is the Key by Ryan Holiday