IABCLA's April Events
“Master the Three Principles of Audience-Centric Communication”
Would you like to learn how to design comms campaigns that’ll inspire audiences?
Then attend “Master the Three Principles of Audience-Centric Communication” on Thursday, April 15 at 12 p.m. via Zoom. Ed Kamrin, SCMP, founder and principal consultant at Kamrin Communications, will lead the discussion. The cost is $5 for IABC members, and $10 for non-members.
Sia Papageorgiou, FRSA, SCMP, vice-chair of the Global Communication Certification Council, will also be there to provide an overview on the value of GCCC certification.
IABC Orange County will host. This is the final event in the Communications Management Pro Series, a collaboration between five California IABC chapters – Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, San Francisco, and Silicon Valley – in preparation for the Communication Management Professional (CMP) and Strategic Communication Management Professional (SCMP) exams.
Testing will be offered as pandemic conditions allow on Saturday, June 19 in Irvine, California.
Click here to sign up for “Master the Three Principles of Audience-Centric Communication.”
Would you like to broaden your network of communications experts? Are you in need of comms advice, or would you like to share your insights with others?
Then attend IABC San Francisco’s Speed Mentoring on Thursday, April 22 at 6 p.m. via Zoom. The event is in collaboration with IABC’s Los Angeles, Orange County, Seattle, and Silicon Valley chapters.
The one-hour gathering will consist of three, 10-minute virtual small group sessions providing participants with three opportunities to network with comms professionals across various industries and specializations.
The event is free for IABC members and students; non-members are asked to give a donation.
Click here to sign up for Speed Mentoring.
Communications Lab: “Team Management & Structure”
What makes for a high-performing team?
Jenny Matkovich, IABCLA’s president and a marketing director, will discuss “Team Management & Structure,” when she hosts the chapter's Communications Lab on Friday,
April 30 at 12 p.m. PST via Zoom. Jenny will touch on the elements of an efficient group.
Comms Lab, a fast-paced midday chat about communications topics, is held on the last Friday of every month. Participants share issues, insights, and perspectives on the ever-changing landscape of comms.
Click here to sign up for “Team Management & Structure.”
(Note: I’m IABCLA's vice president/president-elect, and I often post updates on chapter happenings.)
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