Tuesday, July 12, 2011

For Thursday: For Communications Directors newsletter

It's the middle of the year, so you're either halfway through a budget or just starting a new fiscal year. But are you leaving training money on the table? Before you say "What training money?" check out the new issue of For Communications Directors newsletter, out this week on Thursday, which will give you tools and resources including:
  • Question to ask yourself when you're considering training for your team, experts or yourself,
  • Questions to ask prospective trainers (me included) when you're evaluation training options,
  • Details on a new train-the-trainer workshop for communicators, "Be an Expert on Working with Experts," that I'm offering next, and
  • How to put together a back-pocket plan for training, so you're ready to move on it when the funds or timing permits.
I can report that this has been one of my busiest years yet in training, with many more companies, government agencies, universities and nonprofits investing in professional development for executives, experts, members and communications teams. Clients are already booking training sessions with me through the end of 2011, so it's an excellent time to plan. Don't leave that training opportunity--or your training wallet--on the table. Sign up for the newsletter using the link below. It's free and monthly.

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