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Well Being Alliance Inaugural Webinar: Messaging & Framing - Shared screen with speaker view
mikem
41:20
Mike McGrath National Civic League
Stacia Clinton
41:26
Hi All, Stacia Clinton from Health Care Without Harm
Brian Rahmer
41:34
Brian Rahmer, VP Health and Housing at Enterprise Community Partners
Jonah Cunningham
41:45
Jonah Cunningham from Trust for America's Health
Kelly Kennai
41:47
Hi! Kelly Kennai, YMCA of the USA
Elizabeth Hartig (CI)
41:48
Elizabeth Hartig, Community Initiatives
ifila
41:48
Hi everyone, this is Ines Fila from Nonprofit Finance Fund
Ramona Ivy
41:49
Ramona Ivy American Society of Addiction Medicine Director of Partnerships and Innovations
Will Burns
41:55
Will Burns, Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives
Kim Farris-Berg
41:58
Hi I am Kim Farris-Berg, director of Communications at The Rippel Foundation (home of ReThink Health and FORESIGHT). The climate changers make me smile.
Chris
42:05
Chris Parker, Georgia Health Policy Center
Joan
42:07
Bich Ha Pham, The Democracy Collaborative and Healthcare Anchor Network. My 18 year old, 6 pound maltese dog.
Arpan Waghray
42:10
Arpan Waghray, CMO Wellbeing Trust
Annie Dear
42:13
Annie Dear, Associate Director with Social Finance
Chris
42:16
My twin kids make me smile
Community Commons Meeting Room 2
42:16
Good Afternoon, Roxanne Medina-Fulcher, Institute for People, Place and Possibility (IP3) and Community Commons
Benjamin Miller
42:32
Ben Miller, CSO WBT
saraivey
42:39
Sara Ivey, Institute for People, Place, and Possibility and Community Initiatives. Something that makes me smile: connecting with friends and colleagues around the nation and world!
Zuri Garcia
42:40
Zuri Garcia from Utah State University Extension | Youth
stacywegley
42:43
Hello! Stacy Wegley, Community Initiatives, IP3 and Community Commons
Somava
42:54
Somava Saha, WIN Network and 100MLives - what always makes me smile? My dog!
Zuri Garcia
42:58
Youth Empowerment makes me smile
davidgibbs
43:23
Hello All! David Gibbs, Community Initiatives. Glad to join you!!!
Arpan Waghray
45:13
Being a part of this group makes me smile !
davidgibbs
48:15
Someone needs to go on mute
Tyler Norris
50:06
Tyler Norris, CEO Well Being Trust watching youth find their voice and lead!
Somava
52:16
Happy to answer questions about the WIN Network via chat as well
Ramona Ivy
57:11
Love the equity manifesto!
geoffanderson
59:03
Getting everyone together here makes me smile
Arpan Waghray
01:02:51
Love the video
Chris
01:05:33
Fully on board with the vital conditions... is resilience or the ability to bounceback regarded especially when the challenges are intergenerational?
Tyler Norris
01:09:56
was reflecting on just that miss over the past 10 min. my bad and will do! thanks for the nudge
geoffanderson
01:10:12
In addition to what Bobby is saying, I think the greater the presence of the vital conditions in someone’s life in general the greater resilience.
Tyler Norris
01:13:57
With @ 20 Well Being Alliance 'members' already having signed 'well-being compacts' we have a good start on initial coverage of all the vital conditions - with most of you addressing 2 or more conditions.
geoffanderson
01:16:21
Messaging is a challenge and opportunity with that diversity of approaches to Well Being. In the WBA we’re looking for ways to stay true to the messaging each of you is engaged in and also bring some broader messages that can be echoed and driven jointly for greater impact.
Bobby Milstein
01:16:58
Here's a link to the Enterprise report on overcoming backfires: https://www.enterprisecommunity.org/resources/you-dont-have-to-live-here
Bobby Milstein
01:18:30
A curated set of casemaking resources are available at: https://www.thecasemade.com/resources
Zuri Garcia
01:22:29
This was shared with me today. Might be an example of telling a story about one place and how it can apply to others (what other cities/towns can do to work toward similar results) https://khn.org/news/want-to-reduce-suicides-follow-the-data-to-medical-offices-motels-and-even-animal-shelters/
saraivey
01:26:47
Thanks Tyler, Geoff, Bobby and Albert!
Albert Lang
01:27:21
That is a great example, Zuri!
Annie Dear
01:28:59
Sometimes I think people rely on negative statistics to start messaging as a hook (by providing specific information an audience may not know) -- I see why this approach may be counter productive, but what strategies do you suggest for the very beginning of messaging to be specific enough to get people interested?
Bobby Milstein
01:33:36
This is a good time to flag any topics that you want to get into more deeply on Nov 1.
Albert Lang
01:34:56
If there are any additional questions, feel free to email me: albert@wellbeingtrust.org
Somava
01:35:49
Zuri, thank you for lifting up the wonderful example of a solution.
Stacia Clinton
01:35:51
Holding my questions but an important challenge is the ability to understand and validate the resistance by individuals or groups to some of our history. For example, there are often irrational resistance to concepts like climate change, white priviledge or immigration that people hold personally. I suspect they are a defensive reaction to feeling disempowered.
davidgibbs
01:36:54
Love the case-making principles and concepts for building public will even our frame for inclusion. Like it for the broad messaging. And formulating an informed, disciplined analysis of the current needs, specific strategies for addressing issues/needs; as well as the legacies of how we got to where we are now is something different. Proper prescription/treatment begins with thorough analysis and diagnosis - even if the doctor’s bedside manner is affirming. Strategy formation has to delve into the “devil of the details” (research, analysis, truth-telling…). We as the change agent body need to be embedded in those realities (past & present); and discussing strategies in these contexts
Somava
01:37:01
It is a privilege to be helping to create new legacies of well-being with you all!
Bobby Milstein
01:37:01
Great point, Stacia. Lots more to discuss. Onward...