Nearly 30 company representatives were invited and divided into six groups. Each company representative was asked to share an impressive company project he participated in within 30 seconds, and the team members voted for the first photo restoration service place, representing their own group on stage to compete with representatives from other groups. Representatives of each group will spend another minute to explain their own plans, and all participants will vote to select the storytelling competition with the highest votes.
In such communication with a very clear time limit, it is possible to observe elements that may be lost in daily communication. For example, outline the social problems that your company's plan wants to solve, the beneficiaries, and how to implement it in a different way from the past or other companies, and finally the demonstration of the project's results (whether it is the feedback of the beneficiaries, or Evaluation of quantitative and qualitative indicators).
This is like writing a resume, using the STAR principle (Situation, Task, Action, Result) to show your work results in a limited resume layout. And in oral expression, there are more parts that can be used than resumes, whether it is expressions, voices or vivid metaphors. The key point is whether the object we want to communicate with can truly understand the purpose of communication, the needs of the other party and the communication method that can be received.