Pack Your Bags for Long Beach!

ByVictoria Dew, SCMP

Pack Your Bags for Long Beach!

IABC leaders — the deadline to register for Leadership Institute 2019 is FAST approaching, and I don’t want you to miss out. Come join us in sunny Long Beach, CA Feb 7-9 and learn how to grow your chapters, and your career. I can’t wait to see you there! 🏖 Already registered? Yay! Please tag in some of your fave IABC leader colleagues you’re looking forward to reconnecting with in Long Beach next month 😊

Design Experiences Your Members Love to Attend

  • Do you wish you had members eagerly showing up for your chapter meetings?
  • Are you tired of seeing the same faces at every meeting?

Join keynote speaker, Cynthia D’Amour, MBA, author of The Lazy Leader’s Guide to Outrageous Events, to learn how to design magnetic experiences that keep your members coming back.

You will learn how to:

  • Use the key elements today’s members are looking for in meetings
  • Deliver program promotions that make members want to attend
  • Create dynamic experiences members that keep members coming back again and again!

Together you’ll create a collection of meeting starters to use when you get back to your chapter.


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About the author

Victoria Dew, SCMP editor

Victoria Dew, SCMP, is the Founder and CEO of Dewpoint Communications, a consultancy focused on helping businesses to grow smarter and faster through strong company culture and employee communication. Victoria has 12 years of corporate communications leadership experience, in more than a dozen industries and sectors, both in the US and overseas. As a consultant, coach, and in-house practitioner, she has worked with diverse businesses, ranging from solopreneurs to some of the world’s largest technology companies. An IABC members since 2006, Victoria has served as President of IABC Wellington, Chair of the Asia-Pacific region, as well as on the IABC Finance Committee, Boston and Heritage region boards. She holds a BA from Skidmore College, an MA from King’s College London, and additional business and communications qualifications from Massey University and Victoria University of Wellington.

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