PRLog - May 21, 2011 - During two national community service projects, in hundreds of cities across America,  one challenge was clear. Leaders were inundated with information and it was very difficult to penetrate that wall, no matter how good the communication strategy was. That is until a meeting was set up, and we had a chance to sit down and and talk face to face. It's called touch outreach.
"Email is many times impersonal, with telephone conversations a step up the communication chain, but nothing can beat a one on one, face to face meeting."
Expanding personal connections and relationships is critical for operational success and H-II Stephen Michael Apatow, founder of Humanitarian Resource Institute and the United Nations Arts Initiative is expanding voice/video networking capabilities, to bridge this gap. His message to the leaders of NGO's and nonprofits, advocacy groups and youth development initiatives is he would like to meet with you, to learn more about your programs, get your feedback regarding mission, unmet needs and how Humanitarian Resource Institute and the United Nations Arts Initiative can help.
To set up a personal meeting, visit:
On Skype, drop me a line at: smapatow1
1. Leadership in the Face of Adversity, Against the Odds and Outside of the Box: H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow, HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative, 12 May 2011. Url: www.unarts.org/
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