With sessions on employee engagement, writing, PR, social media and content marketing, this is the one conference with training and tips for every member of your team.
Posted: September 26, 2013
Corporate communicators wear many hats.
They write about company news, keep employees engaged, handle PR and manage social media, just to name a few tasks.
Typically, if you or your team members want to learn more about any of these areas, you have to go to several conferences or workshops.
We have the ultimate conference for communicators and their teams: Ragan’s
Breakthrough Strategies for Corporate Communicators Conference. At this conference, you’ll get training for every communications role.
Here’s the schedule:
- Monday, Nov. 18: Engaging Today’s Employees Summit
- Tuesday, Nov. 19: Writing for Corporate Communicators Summit
- Wednesday, Nov. 20: Creating Powerful Content for PR and Media Relations Summit
Join us for all three days, or just one or two.
Take a look at what this conference will cover:
Engaging Today’s Employees:
Get creative solutions for turning the most unenthusiastic employee into your company cheerleader, including how to:
- Use photos and videos to create content employees connect with.
- Plan events and programs that include your whole staff.
Writing for Corporate Communicators:
Ten seasoned writing experts show you how to:
- Create a brand voice that readers always recognize and relate to.
- Grab and hold readers’ attention no matter the topic.
Creating Powerful Content for PR and Media Relations:
If you think an old-fashioned press release still gets media coverage, think again. Learn how social media will:
- Drive masses of readers to your media center.
- Connect you with journalists and help you build mutually beneficial relationships.
Attend this conference and receive training your team will benefit from. It’s time to turn your communications department into a powerhouse.
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