Friday, May 04, 2012

Weekend read: My weekly share on Twitter, with jobs & a workshop

Let's all slide into home and end the week together, teammates. It's Friday, and if you're going to spend an extra inning on anything, I hope it's my collection of the best baseball cards of the week -- that is, my reads, finds, data and other gems found in my Twitterstream. Here are my MVPs:

That workshop you need: My next session on Be an Expert on Working With Experts takes place June 19 in Washington, DC--but communicators from top organizations are already signing up and seats are filling early in the game. There's been a waiting list for this session, so don't delay. You get a substantial discount for registering by May 25, although registration continues after until June 10 or until the seats are filled. Next week, I'll share the challenges and questions that registrants have about working with experts, so stay tuned. (And just think of the networking you could get done with other top communicators in this small-group session.) I look forward to seeing you there. 

Another working weekend for me. As you read this, I'm in Portland, Oregon, for the annual meeting of the National Cancer Institute Public Affairs and Marketing Network, where I'll be sharing secrets and strategies for the care and feeding of your blogs. (There'll be a post next week summarizing points from the session and resources you can use for your own blog.) Follow the PAN link and scroll down the front page to find another link to job postings for communications posts at cancer centers, a useful resource. Now: Take care of the weekend festivities for me, willya? I know you can hit this one out of the park.

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