Friday, November 25th, 2022
Webinar – When Records Managers Speak To Executives | November 25th | 11-11:45 am PST – Canada & USA | Government Frameworks.com
Businesses must manage an ever-growing amount of information related to actions, decisions, and interactions with customers, employees, and other business stakeholders. Sooner or later, all of this data will need to be properly retained and protected. Records managers are often tasked with completing a variety of tasks, but communicating the value of records to executives is one of the most difficult.
Records managers must be skilled storytellers in order to communicate the value of records to executives. They must be able to provide a compelling case for why records should be preserved and not disposed of.
A relevance statement is a summary of the most compelling benefits of your proposal. It is a concise, persuasive, and memorable sentence that captures the essence of your concept.
It is important to know that when you are speaking to executives, they are often busy people with very little time to spare. Their time is valuable and it’s up to you to make sure that what you have to say will be worth their time or not.
Join us as we explore how records managers can use storytelling techniques to communicate the value of records to executives.”
What we will cover
- Business Value of Records.
- Challenges with Communicating the Value of Records.
- Using Storytelling to Communicate.
- Developing a Relevance Statement.
- Key Components of Your Business Case.
- Three Bs of Speaking to Executives