Communicators who have been responding to the outbreak of the coronavirus since last spring know how stressful it can be to write the content about your organization’s ongoing response.

I hear you.

That is why I launched the COVID 19 communication series at the end of 2020 to recount episodes from the first months of the pandemic that still provide valuable insights and tactics that can be used now, months later.

In this episode, my favorite writing coach Ann Wiley discusses with me how to write during a crisis to get your messages across clearly, compassionately and confidently.

You’ll learn how to balance communicating early and often in an environment that’s changing by the minute.

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