Friday, November 30, 2012

The weekend read

This just in: There's a weekend approaching. But first, my version of a rip-and-read newscast, loaded with the news, tips and good reads I shared this week on Twitter. Tune in so you'll look smart come Monday:
Teevee...lunch? Today's the last day to register for my December 7 lunch-and-learn for communicators who want to make the case for training your experts. We'll serve up lunch along with data, ideas, and endorsements for training programs so you can make the case to the powers that be, the experts, or your communications colleagues. Join us by registering here. And if you want a deeper dive into how to work effectively with scientists, experts and policy wonks, you can still grab the early registration discount for Be an Expert on Working with Experts, a day-long session on January 10. Put the two together and you'll get the most out of these unusual professional development opportunities for communicators who work with smart people.

Jobs TV: The National Museum of Women in the Arts seeks a manager of communications and media relations...the Annie E. Casey Foundation wants a senior manager, communications...Wake Forest University is looking for a science writer...the Donors Forum in Illinois wants a director of development.

This Friday and every Friday, I'm glad you're here to get the weekend started with me. Thanks for reading! Please share the weekend read with your colleagues, and enjoy your weekend.

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