I love this use of a triptych to tell a possible (worst-case) future story and how it involves us all in the story -- that we can make a difference and change the outcome. Brilliant work by World Wildlife Fund on their Facebook Page. Shows us how less can be more.
Pre-interviews can feel awkward. Hello human being person, I would like to bypass all the normal societal niceties and find out if you have the information I require. Can you please tell me all your deepest, darkest secrets? But this isn’t the actual interview and I don’t have a ton of time so if we can wrap this up in, oh, say, three to seven minutes I would super appreciate it. Thanks!
In addition to Hatch for Good (Rockefeller Foundation-sponsored), I've turned to other guides for strategic storytelling background, fundamentals and examples. The Meyer Foundation and Georgetown University, for example, have put together a useful and inspiring Stories Worth Telling:Guide to Strategic and Sustainable Nonprofit Storytelling. (in .pdf) It is filled with research, ideas, tips and examples. Highly recommended!