Whether you’re in Toronto in person – or attending remotely via Twitter – we would love for you to pitch into what @StephenWelch11 and I are aiming to be the most tweeted talk of Toronto:
There’ll be numbers for the data-driven, there’ll be mind-tricks – and quite a bit of banter.
We want you there – please add this to your calendar (.ics) and tune in, in person or via Twitter.
Meanwhile, here’s the official blurb – you can get it on the #IABC14 app as well:
11 ways you can ensure your organization underperforms
Michael Ambjorn and Stephen Welch, two innovative presenters, are doing a double-act for the first time. Together they will take you on a journey looking at the power of cultural alignment in driving strategic business performance, to help communicators engage with leaders and deliver on the strategy and engagement elements of IABC’s Global Standard. Michael and Stephen will draw on their own professional experience and latest thinking, to explore how communicators have a role to play in increasing employee engagement, enablement and culture.
P.S. Want to help us get more data? Join our benchmark exercise (and retweet this whilst you’re at it – we’d be ever so grateful).
Follow @michaelambjorn and @stephenwelch11 for more of the above. You can also join the conversation: #11ways and of course #IABC14.
At the IABC World Conference, Michael Ambjorn and Stephen Welch will run a session on the #11ways communicators can contribute to organisational under-performance. To add some spice to the presentation, they’ve knocked up a little survey.
The 2014 IABC – International Association of Business Communicators – World Conference will take place in Toronto Canada on 8-11 June.
IABC Board Director Michael Ambjorn and President of IABC UK Stephen Welch, will look at the power of cultural alignment in driving strategic business performance. They will explore how communicators have a role to play in increasing employee engagement, enablement and culture.
To help shape their presentation they are asking for feedback from communication professionals. They write: “We’re hoping for three minutes of your time. Please help us test our thinking by completing this informal questionnaire.
“It’s completely anonymous; a self-selected sample and if you vote twice, we won’t know. So please don’t. You can even pass it to people you know. This is a viral survey not a ‘random sample’ one.
“If, once you are done, you’d like a copy of the results, once we’re done, tweet us @stephenwelch11 or @michaelambjorn with the hashtag #11ways.”
For more news from Simply Communicate, here’s a host of places to keep up to speed with what’s going on in comms:
Meanwhile, please take the survey – and if you’ve got a moment to help spread the word, here are a couple of tweets ready made for an RT: