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IABC's official podcast. Telling the stories from across the IABC World. News, features and interviews delivered to your favorite podcast app.

Produced by the IABC Panel of Producers Task Force
Presented by Dan Gold

Sincere thanks to the guests, contributors, IABC leadership, volunteers and head office.

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IABC's official podcast. Telling the stories from across the IABC World. News, features and interviews delivered to your favorite podcast app.

Produced by the IABC Panel of Producers Task Force
Presented by Dan Gold

Sincere thanks to the guests, contributors, IABC leadership, volunteers and head office.

    Double Feature: Rita Zonius, SCMP and Martha Muzychka ABC, MC, IABC Fellow. Ep. 209

    Double Feature: Rita Zonius, SCMP and Martha Muzychka ABC, MC, IABC Fellow. Ep. 209

    Welcome to episode 209 of the IABC International Podcast. Rita Zonius, SCMP speaks about how organizations need to embrace the social age, and Martha Muzychka ABC, MC, IABC Fellow talks about the importance of forming partnerships within a corporate culture.

    Thank you for hitting play on the first episode of 2020, we have a fabulous program coming up this year for you. From thought leadership, to pathways to success...The IABC International Podcast will be your trusted companion from now to World Conference and beyond. 

    I am sincerely grateful to IABC for the opportunity to connect with, and interview so many leading professional communicators throughout the year and at world conference for the production of the podcast. 

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    The 2020 IABC World Conference is happening between the 14th and 17th of June in Chicago. Most of the breakout sessions have now been posted online. Experts were drawn from around the world to shape a slate of session offerings that will give you the ideas you need to create communication results that will elevate your company and your career. Sessions will focus on innovation, best practices and an understanding of how to leverage the unique power of communication.

    Click here to view the list of incredible breakout session topics and presenters. 

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    The social addresses for the IABC International Podcast have been updated to @iabcpodcast, make sure you follow us on Twitter and Instagram for additional behind the scenes content and exclusive clips.

    One of my favourite parts of hosting and producing each episode is meeting great people from across the IABC World, so don't be shy in coming forward, because we want you to be a part of this global podcast. Whether you're interested in being a guest, volunteering as a producer or you want to celebrate something from your chapter, or a colleague, do get in touch via news@iabc.com

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    Thank you for listening to this episode of the IABC International Podcast, music was from Joakim Karud (soundcloud.com/joakimkarud) and Ikson (soundcloud.com/ikson).

    Produced and Presented by Dan Gold (twitter.com/dangoldmedia) in collaboration with the IABC team.

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    Crisis Resilience - When was the last time you tested your plan? Ep. 208

    Crisis Resilience - When was the last time you tested your plan? Ep. 208

    Welcome to episode 208 of the IABC International Podcast. On this episode we're taking a fresh look at crisis resilience and how having a plan in a binder is not enough, plus we're joined by Austin Staton as he takes us to Houston for this week's Chapter of the Week.

    Our feature interview is with Caroline Sapriel, author of How to Continually Build Your Crisis Resilience: A checklist. You can view the article here. 

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    This episode includes a short feature which expresses my thanks to you the listener, and to leadership, staff and the volunteers of IABC. 

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    Thank you for listening to this episode of the IABC international podcast, if you have any comments or feedback, OR if you would like to be a guest on the podcast, please get in touch via news@iabc.com.

    Music on this episode is from https://soundcloud.com/Ikson and https://soundcloud.com/Joakim Karud,

    Produced and Presented by Dan Gold

    This is an IABC Production.


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    • 27 min
    Crisis: The Legal Counsel and the Professional Communicator, Who Leads? Ep. 207

    Crisis: The Legal Counsel and the Professional Communicator, Who Leads? Ep. 207

    Welcome to Episode 207 of the IABC International Podcast.

    On this program, we're looking at the relationship between legal counsel and communication professional during a crisis. And we're off to Manitoba in this week's Chapter of the Week. 

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    Back by popular demand, the IABC Academy Cyber Week sale is available again this year! 

    We want to make it easier on you. We appreciate your commitment to lifelong learning and driving the communication profession forward. To say thank you, we’re offering a limited-time deal on IABC Academy courses, saving you 40% on everything on iabcacademy.org through Tuesday, 10th  December, at 11:59 p.m. PST.

    Shop now and enter the coupon code 'CYBER40” during checkout to get 40% off everything in your cart. 

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    Are you looking for a new job? Time for a change or maybe just a new challenge? Bookmark jobs.iabc.com and check out the latest opportunities from across the world. At the time of recording, there are professional roles including Communications Specialist in Winnipeg,  Manager Content and Editorial Operations in Phoenix, and Senior Account Manager in Chicago. 

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    Our feature interview: Jay Sullivan. We are delighted to have him on the podcast because he has authored a new course called Crisis Planning: Manage and Enhance Organizational Reputation which you can find on the IABC Academy - Link here.

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    Marjorie Huculak is this week's host of Chapter of the Week, showcasing Manitoba, Canada. 

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    Thank you for listening to this episode of the IABC international podcast, if you have any comments or feedback, OR if you would like to be a guest on the podcast, please get in touch via news@iabc.com.



    Music on this episode is from https://soundcloud.com/Ikson and https://soundcloud.com/Joakim Karud,

    Produced and Presented by Dan Gold

    This is an IABC Production.



     






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    In-house vs Consulting vs Agency. Ep. 206

    In-house vs Consulting vs Agency. Ep. 206

    Welcome to episode 206 of the IABC International Podcast.

    Howard Krais returns to talk about the opportunities that come from, and difference between working in-house, consulting and starting your own communication agency.

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    Save 10% on 2020 IABC Gold Quill Awards entries through 15 December.  

    You've done the hard work. Now, it's time to get recognized for it.

    The final 2020 IABC Gold Quill Awards deadline will be here before you know it, and the early-bird deadline has already passed. But, it's not too late to get a great deal on a fantastic growth opportunity that has more than 40 years of history and thousands of communication professionals behind it.

    Just use the code IABCGOLD to receive a 10% discount when you submit your IABC Gold Quill Awards entry by 11:59 p.m. on 15 December. And don't forget, IABC members save even more with their member discount. So, if you're not yet an IABC member or if your membership has lapsed, you can join or renew and then use the discount code to take advantage of both opportunities to save.

    If you haven't already seen this, the deadline for speakers at the IABC Fusion conference, March 2020 in Wellington, New Zealand has been extended until Monday 2nd of December, you can apply online and I encourage you to do so.

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    If you have any thoughts, advice or support for your fellow professional communicators, then contribute to community via The IABC Hub.

    There is no chapter of the week this week because we would to take this time to invite you to express interest in recording a featurette for us. If you want to know more then get in touch via news@iabc.com with the subject line - chapter of the week. Leave your contact details and we will feature your chapter.

    Please share this with your fellow professional communicators, and click on the subscribe button.

    Music is from https://soundcloud.com/ikson and https://soundcloud.com/JoakimKarud, and this is an IABC production.

    Produced and Presented by Dan Gold

    For Shel, the storyteller's storyteller.   


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    • 29 min
    Do you really value your professional identity? Ep. 205

    Do you really value your professional identity? Ep. 205

    Episode 205 of the IABC International Podcast. On this episode, we're popping across to Banff in the Canadian Rockies to catch up with Priya Bates

    Plus Poonam Sharma and Rebecca Callahan take a moment out of their hectic schedules to tell us about what you can expect to find at IABC DC Metro in this week's Chapter of the Week.

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    These are the last few days of October and therefore: Member Month. we don't want you to miss out. If you sign up, or renew your IABC membership, you're entitled to 10% off of international dues if you complete the purchase before 23:59 on October 31st 2019. Simply enter "OCTOBER10" during the checkout stage of the process and that discount will be yours.

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    FAQs: Love them or hate them?

    On The Hub from IABC there is a member-created thread: Are FAQs still a common tactic in your communication plans? Or are they being replaced by something better? 

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    Feature interview with Priya Bates, here is the article on LinkedIn which tackles the topic of communicator vs communication professional head on. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/we-communicators-communication-professionals-priya/



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    Please share this with your fellow professional communicators, and click on the subscribe button.

    Just a quick thank you to Sue Ridewood for your support, congratulations to Krystal Rudyk, AND congratulations to all of the 2019 Silver Leaf Award winners plus...a special mention for Lynda McLean on becoming the latest IABC master communicator. 

    Music is from https://soundcloud.com/ikson and https://soundcloud.com/JoakimKarud, and this is an IABC production. 

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    • 22 min
    Why don't remote workers feel included? Ep. 204

    Why don't remote workers feel included? Ep. 204

    Hello and welcome to Episode 204 of the IABC international podcast.

    On this episode, we'll find out about issues relating to communication and remote workers from Jenni Field, and we're going to spend some time with the IABC UK and Ireland chapter thanks to Howard Krais.

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    We're just over halfway through IABC member-month, where you can sign up for, or renew your membership and save 10% on International dues if you do it before the end of October. 

    Simply enter the code OCTOBER10 on the checkout page and you'll receive that discount. If you have a friend or colleague who needs that little extra incentive to sign up now, then tell them about this offer. 

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    If you're like me, you occasionally get stumped or need to bounce ideas around before taking them to your internal or external clients. Colleagues have been using The Hub from IABC for this very purpose. Not only can you share ideas with others, but it gives an opportunity to seek thought leadership from across the world on specific opportunities and challenges.

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    Jenni Field FCIPR, President-Elect of CIPR is a Chartered Practitioner with a BA Honours in marketing. Jenni runs her own firm called Redefining Communications. Among other things she has helped teams go from chaos to calm – from toxic relationships to working together with respect. I sat down with Jenni to discuss the challenges in communicating with hard to reach employees. Link to the free report - Remotely Interested. 

    Jenni spoke to Dan at #IABC19, get your tickets now for #IABC20. https://wc.iabc.com/

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    Congratulations to Kari E. McLean on receiving the IABC Chicago Chapter's Karen Utterback Volunteer Award. 

    Thank you for listening, please give the podcast a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts, and recommend it to your marketing and communication friends and colleagues.

    Music is from Ikson https://soundcloud.com/ikson and Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud

    This is an IABC Production.


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