The 2013 IABC International Chapter of the Year is thrilled to offer a full-day workshop with Ann Wylie of Wylie Communications Inc.
If writing is an important part of your job and you’ve never had the opportunity to participate in an Ann Wylie workshop or seminar; you’re in for a treat! And if you’re already familiar with Ann, you’re probably checking your calendar and looking for the registration link.
Ann has worked with clients around the globe and is consistently recognized as a top-rated speaker at IABC and PRSA conferences and meetings from coast to coast. Join us as she brings her “Catch Your Reader” full-day workshop to Tulsa.
Expect to leave this event inspired and motivated – ready to return to the office with fresh ideas and new tools that help you:
- Think like a reader and move your audience to act
- Go beyond the inverted pyramid and master the feature-style story structure
- Cut through the clutter and make every piece you write easier to read and understand
- Rev up your readership and lift your ideas off the page or screen with display copy
This may be the most valuable professional development opportunity you’ve had this year – or may even have next year. And IABC Tulsa is offering this workshop to members and non-members alike.
Members: $59 | Non-Members: $99 | Student Discount: $55
The registration fee includes continental breakfast, lunch, snacks and parking in the Bank of America building’s parking garage (enter from Boulder Ave.).
RSVP by: Monday, November 18, 2013
Wed., Sept. 18, 2013 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
700 N. Greenwood, North Hall
In today’s fast-moving, media culture, a tweet can become newsworthy and a news interview can become tweet-worthy. This half-day conference will give you strategies and tools to best communicate during good times and crisis times, improve media training for your organization, plus let you hear from local communications pros on a variety of interesting and important topics.
Featuring Brad Phillips, author of “The Media Training Bible” and “Mr. Media Training” blog
• Message management
• Crisis communications
• Social media strategies
• Employee communications
• Brain Drain: Speed brainstorm with some of the sharpest local PR and communications minds
When the Spotlight Burns: Managing internal and external perceptions during a crisis
Registration info: Early-bird rate by Sept. 13: Members $69 | Non-members $79 | Students $19
After Sept. 13: Members $79 | Non-members $89 | Students $29
Sponsorship opportunities available. Contact Phillip Harris by email or phone at 918-573-1593.
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Steven Schnoll: Tablet and mobile technology
Philip Weiss: Hyperthinking
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