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ByMichael Ambjorn

October IABC Leadership Forum: Basel, Baltimore, Calgary, Denver, LA, Rotterdam, NOLA…

Carlos Fulcher

Carlos Fulcher MBA CAE

Dianne Chase

Dianne Chase

Melissa Dark ABC

Melissa Dark ABC

We did the second IABC Leadership Forum on the road: Carlos and I broadcast from the stage at the Heritage Region Conference in Baltimore and Dianne checked in from Charlotte, fresh back from the Canada West conference in Calgary – and Melissa helped with the Q&A from San Francisco.

You can watch the replay here:

It was a great session, but don’t just take my word for it:

Mary Foshage

Mary Foshage

‘Love this! Am going to encourage our whole board to join.’ – Mary Foshage, VP Marketing IABC St. Louis

Quick overview of the topics covered

All of the following was interspersed with Q&A – see a run-down of the questions at the end – and the Leadership Forum is all about creating connection between leaders, hence all the people are hyperlinked in case you want to follow up.

Welcome, brief introductions

Camille Downing

Camille Downing

The core team (above) + special guest Camille Downing who joined to share an update from the Heritage Region conference which gathered a strong contingent of communicators from across the East Coast of the US – and even a couple of Canadians.

 

Conferences around the world

High Octane

Dianne Chase, IABC Vice Chair, reported from the Canada West Conference in Calgary – chaired by Master Communicator Karen Lee ABC. Read More

ByMichael Ambjorn

Making Global Communications Work

Making Global Comms Work Graphic

Click to see full size and read Gay Flashman’s post

Recently I had the privilege of chairing an event on behalf of IABC UK, kindly hosted by top comms headhunting firm VMA.

I’ve been reading the follow-on blog posts and I particularly like the nice visually-amplified summary from Gay Flashman. I would add just one more column (which Gay covers in the main text): the Global Standard. It adds the professional process that helps practitioners make sense of the other two.

Read her full post here.

Meanwhile I commend the panel to you – big thanks to them for sharing their experience and insights from across the globe:

Claudia Damato

Claudia Damato

Tom Blackwell

Tom Blackwell

Emma Thompson

Emma Thompson

Last but not least thanks to Kirsty Brown and Casilda Malagon for organising and inviting. And with that, let’s close out with some practical advice from the UK Chapter President – hear hear!:

Topical to that, do check out the notes from the inaugural IABC Leadership Forum – and look out for the invite to the October edition.

Let’s #createconnection – like never before.

Michael Ambjorn

P.S. You might ask why the Global Standards are not at the centre of the intersect in the Venn: discuss.