Establish yourself as a major player in your organization


Improve your corporate communication skills and impress your boss after joining us in Chicago this December.

By Ragan Staff | Posted: December 1, 2015

As a corporate communicator, you’re expected to produce great content, come up with innovative ideas to propel business forward, keep spending down, expand your organization’s audience and prove to execs the ROI of your work.

We want to help. So, we’ve put together a conference that tackles it all—from making sure your content pulls huge interest to creating affordable videos that make your organization shine to winning over executive trust with impressive communication strategies.

Join us in Chicago on Dec. 8-9 for our Corporate Communications Master Class.

Five of Ragan’s highest-rated speakers, Mark Ragan, Jim Ylisela, Steve Crescenzo, Justin Allen and Bob Zeni, will share how you can:

  • Create a content strategy that increases the effectiveness of your communications and interest in your organization
  • Streamline processes so you can produce better content without spending time that you don’t have
  • Integrate infographics into your social media strategy to present a clearer, more enticing message
  • Win journalists’ trust by developing pitches that are helpful, entertaining and easy to share
  • Demonstrate positive results of your work to execs and earn yourself a spot as a major player in your organization

Register here to save $ 100.

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Illinois fires coach Tim Beckman after alleged player mistreatment




The University of Illinois has fired football coach Tim Beckman one week before the start of the season after allegations he mistreated players by pressuring them to play while injured

Beckman’s firing, announced Friday, follows the preliminary findings of an investigation commissioned by the school

“The preliminary information external reviewers shared with me does not reflect our values or our commitment to the welfare of our student-athletes, and I’ve chosen to act accordingly,” athletic director Mike Thomas said Friday. “During the review, we have asked people not to rush to judgment, but I now have enough information to make this decision in assessing the status and direction of the football program.” Read more…

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