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2017 Gold Quill Awards — Submit Your Work by Jan. 31

Share your best work by entering the 2017 Gold Quill Awards program. Get inspired just by entering...be inspired by past winners...inspire your career and your organization...get recognized for your work. For more than 40 years, IABC’s Gold Quill Awards have recognized and awarded excellence in strategic communication worldwide. Gold Quill is the … [Continue Reading]

Join the IABC World Conference in D.C. June 11-14, 2017

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The theme for the 2017 IABC World Conference is GLOBAL BUSINESS: Lead Communication, Make Real Impact. It represents our mission to elevate your career and to highlight the global rise of communication as a business-crucial part of any organization. About the World Conference The IABC World Conference is a long-standing, global professional … [Continue Reading...]

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What role should company leaders play in employee fulfillment?

Are your employees fulfilled? If not, it may be costing you a bundle. While nearly everyone is seeking life fulfillment—creating a lifestyle that brings exceptional happiness and inner peace—nearly 80 percent are less than fully fulfilled. It shows up in attention at work, productivity, customer … [Continue Reading]

Working with millennials: 3 important considerations

Millennials. The very mention of the word can be enough to strike fear into the heart of the most seasoned manager. Entitled. Narcissistic. Unwilling to work hard. Expecting their opinions to be valued above others. What Time magazine called “The Me Me Me Generation.” How do you manage someone … [Continue Reading]