The 2020 Capital Awards celebrate the fact that Edmonton communicators “Create the Impossible” every day. You design, delegate and write — distilling information to its … Read More
On May 24, the Sutton Place Hotel will play host to IABC Edmonton’s Capital Awards Gala – a sleek, modern venue in the heart of downtown. Enough to initiate an onslaught of wardrobe worries? Before you get too overwhelmed at the thought of what to wear, we’ve got some suggestions to alleviate your sartorial stress!
You asked. We listened. Member research consistently tells us that you want professional development that reaches beyond the foundational skills and competencies of our profession and focuses on the role you play as leaders, coaches and advisors within your organization.
On Monday, May 13, join us for an engaging full-day workshop – Strategic Consulting Skills for the Communications Professional. We’ll share recognized business practices demonstrated through theory, lived experiences, and interactive exercises.
Volunteering looks great on a resume, gets you into your field, and gives you benefits that can last your entire life. You meet people in your field, you gain professional friends and colleagues, and you get great experience. All these reasons and more should be pushing you to volunteer with the IABC.
It’s necessary to understand how change management can affect our organizations in our constantly advancing society.
Personal branding is hard: we understand. Check our our 6 tips to help improve your personal branding and your overall internet presence!
The Capital Awards are a celebration of the Edmonton communications community, and they are coming up soon! On May 31, we are celebrating communications GEMS at the Matrix hotel – and whether you’re submitting your work for consideration or not, you’ll certainly leave with some GEMS of your own. Here are the 3 reasons why you need to attend the Capital Awards gala this year.
Why is written communication important? How can we use it to our advantage?
Our IABC #YEG community boasts 500 members and counting with varying experience, skill sets, and roles at over 200 organizations in Edmonton. Our anonymous summary of our members’ career stats will show you why IABC Edmonton is the place to meet and learn from industry professionals with a shared appetite for all things Comms!