I am speaking on June 25 at the IABC 2012 World Conference in Chicago.
Welcome to Chicago video from the IABC!
The International Association of Business Communicators 2012 World Conference will give attendees a look to the future of strategic communications.
They’ll learn how to approach and adapt to the global business environment during the next three years between 2012 and 2015.
The IABC conference will cover a variety of topics
that will help you become a better communicator.
I presented last year and also hosted the Gold Quill Awards Ceremony
at the 2011 IABC World Conference.
My presentation this year is entitled; “Say It Like You Mean It”
This year, in 2012 I’ll talk about how mixed messages,
coupled with poor delivery, hurt reputations.
Poor communication skills impact business and keep people from truly connecting.
The way we communicate can often mean the difference between success and failure.
I’ll also talk about how you can improve your personal presentation style and be a compelling communicator, and illustrate what it takes to be more articulate, have greater influence and successfully deliver a message.
My session this year will be interactive, and in it you will learn about the perils of the endless loop trap where we repeat ineffective patterns of behavior.
I’ll also address proven techniques that will help you better manage how you look, how you sound, and what you say.
You’ll walk away with a simple, powerful plan to
meaningfully connect one-on-one and with groups.
The 2012 IABC World Conference is in Chicago at the Sheraton Towers, June 24–27.
Please don’t hesitate to let me know if you are attending. Drop by to say hello!
I hope to see you there!
Be well, Jeff