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The Emotional Impact

Capturing First Impressions
šŸ’”Facilitator's Content:
Guiding the Quest for Purpose

In today's environment, where many interactions with the school district are not face-to-face, the clarity and articulation of your district's purpose become even more crucial. This purpose needs to be consistently communicated across all platforms, from the district's website to messaging in schools, and in communications with parents and the broader community.

Conversation Leads To Consider:
  • Guide Reflection on Brand Impressions: Encourage participants to share their immediate reactions to these brands and what these reactions might indicate about the power of first impressions.
  • Analyze Emotional Responses: Help participants understand the underlying reasons for their reactions to these brands and how emotions play a role in perception.
  • The Power of a Well-Defined Purpose: Guide a conversation about how a clearly defined purpose can inform and shape every communication, ensuring that even in the absence of face-to-face interactions, the district's ethos is strongly conveyed.
Facilitator Notes:
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Much like the way brands such as Coca-Cola, Nike, or Patagonia leave lasting impressions that shape customer loyalty, a school district's initial impression can significantly impact its relationships with students, parents, and the broader community.

Exercise:
Unfiltered First Impressions
Objective:
Record your first thoughts without self-editing or overthinking.
Instructions:
Consider the following well-known brands: Coca-Cola, Nike, and Patagonia.
Write down your immediate thoughts about each brand - be it a memory, emotion, perception, or association. If you have no familiarity with a brand, that's also valuable feedback.
Focus on capturing your initial, unfiltered impressions. There are no wrong answers in this exercise.
First Impressions:
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