Many of us—without the money to contract special media consultants or expensive public relations firms—want to create change in the world, but find communicating our vision difficult, whether our audience is one individual, small groups, large audiences, or the media.
In Move the Message, communications consultant and activist Josephine Bellaccomo delivers a step-by-step process, complete with tips, tactics, strategies examples and exercises, to ensure that your message is focused, powerful and unstoppable.
Take action and empower others to act with this strategic approach. Target your message to the appropriate power holders. Design and pitch a compelling, persuasive presentation with visual impact. Field questions and comments to energize your audience to take action and move the message to others. With confidence, negotiate for progressive outcomes, construct captivating soundbites to the media, deflect personal attacks, and take the message to the streets to get winning results.
Whether the difference you want is local or global, Move the Message is essential for activists and concerned individuals working to create lasting change.
Activist Josephine Bellaccomo has 16 years corporate training and coaching experience that centers on pitch consulting and presentation skills, leadership and management, and writing skills. Her clients have included Microsoft, VMware, JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, KPMG, Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, Citibank, Razorfish, Universal McCann, Random House and American Heart Association.
Josephine brings together her passion for social responsibility and her talent as an executive coach in Move the Message – Your Guide to Making a Difference and Changing the World, which focuses on strategic communication skills for non-profits and individuals creating global or local change.
Josephine has also recorded books on tape, professionally and for the New York Association for the Blind, and she volunteers at San Francisco Animal Care and Control. She divides her time between San Francisco and New York City.