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Nov
2
Wed
Use Storytelling to Powerfully Connect with an Audience @ District Hall
Nov 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

How well are you telling your brand story?

Most companies have great products and great people, but need help making sure their customers and audiences truly connect with the brand. Storytelling can help bridge this gap.

In this session, you’ll learn methods that any professional can use to move past writer’s block and on to deeper engagement with an audience, including tips and tricks from the school of brand journalism, tapping into common themes, and harnessing emotion and authenticity.  You will walk away with:

  • How to find and tell your brand’s story.
  • Ideation strategies to fill content needs and campaign demands.
  • Case studies using cause and social marketing.
  • Imagery and video best practices that apply to any form of storytelling.

Communications practitioners, entrepreneurs and business leaders looking to better translate their vision and expertise to customers, employees, and other stakeholders will find this session invaluable. Watch this highlight video.

Join us for an exciting evening of knowledge sharing and networking. Appetizers, soft drinks, and one drink ticket are included. Cash bar available.

About the Presenter

jolean-olsonJolean Olson is the Director of Development for Scenic Road, an agency that helps brands connect with their audiences. Jolean is an Emmy award-winning media professional with an extensive background in TV development and production. Notable clients include Southwest Airlines, UBS, Walmart, JP Morgan, Sams Club, Merial Pharmaceuticals and Applebys. Her work has appeared on DIY, HDTV and CNBC.

 

May
31
Wed
The Competencies & Skills Comms Leaders Need @ Northeastern University Alumni Center
May 31 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Join Northeastern University for a night of networking and communications industry conversation.

Dr. Carl Zangerl is the Faculty Director of Graduate Communication and Human Resource Management programs at Northeastern University. In developing a management track for the Organizational and Corporate Communication master’s program, Dr. Zangerl and student Zorana Mihic investigated the skills and competencies required of communication leaders. They will discuss the major research findings, including:

  • Review of major trends in the communication field
  • The attributes and competences in demand for communication leaders
  • Perspectives of current leaders of the communication function
  • Educational implications

You will have the opportunity to speak with Northeastern faculty, industry professionals, and alumni from the Corporate and Organizational Communication program. Food and drinks will be served (alcoholic drinks for purchase).

About The Presenter

Carl Zangerl is an Assistant Teaching Professor and the academic director of the Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational Communication program. He designs and delivers courses on Meeting Management, Communication Assessment, Communication Networks, and Foundations of Organizational Communication. He is the co-author of several articles on meeting facilitation, organizational assessment, and meeting effectiveness. He served as the VP of Professional Development for IABC Boston for three years.

Previously, Dr. Zangerl was a principal of ZHC Partners, a strategic planning and communication firm, and the director of field and executive communications at New England Financial/MetLife. Prior to a 23-year corporate career, he taught at Stanford University and Purdue University, and he was the chief of staff to the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at New York University.

Jul
19
Wed
ALI Conference: Strategic Internal Communications @ Omni Parker House
Jul 19 – Jul 21 all-day

4th Annual Strategic Internal Communications East Coast

 

IABC Members get $200 off! Email us to receive the promo code.

Apr
16
Mon
Clean for Teams Experiential Workshop
Apr 16 – Apr 17 all-day

Clean for Teams Experiential Workshop
April 16-17, 2018 – Boston

Clean for Teams is a facilitation toolset for teaching individuals in groups how to pay exquisite attention to each other using Clean Language questions and to self-model their own diverse patterns, ideas, and ways of working. This 2-day experiential workshop will be facilitated by the creator of Clean for Teams, Caitlin Walker who has sparked lasting change in teams and organizations world-wide using these tools. Ideal for learning how to overcome conflict and misunderstanding, these tools bring increased collaboration, creativity, trust and productivity.

See Caitlin’s Ted Talk.

Training is limited to 15 participants. Fee: $800 includes lunch and snacks.

When registering on the Eventbrite ticket, (http://bit.ly/cftapril16boston), IABC members can enter the discount code “IABC”  after clicking into the “Enter Promotional Code” link.

Contact: andrea@connections-at-work.com Cell: 571-437-4815

Jul
23
Tue
6th Annual Strategic Internal Communications Conference @ Hyatt Regency Boston
Jul 23 @ 7:00 am – Jul 25 @ 3:30 pm

 

IABC Boston is a proud supporter of the 6th Annual
Strategic Internal Communications Conference

 

Discover innovative ways to engage employees, align your communications, gain leadership buy-in,
and achieve bottom-line results

July 23 – 25, 2019 | Hyatt Regency, Boston

Pre-Conference Workshop Day: Tuesday, July 23
Main Two Day Conference: Wednesday, July 24 – Thursday, July 25

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Who you will meet…

If there is one communications conference you need to attend this year, the 6th Annual Strategic Internal Communications conference in Boston is it. With over 100 internal communication professionals coming together to share their biggest challenges, strategize solutions, and gain advice from the best of the best – you’re guaranteed to return to your office inspired!

See first-hand how your peers have overcome the hurdles that you’re currently facing, pick the brains of thought-leaders in the industry, and have the confidence to share your own success stories.

Speakers include internal communication professionals from: