Friday, December 07, 2012

The weekend read

Let's hope a chandelier need not fall on your head to make this crystal clear: The weekend is nigh. And I've got a chandelier's worth of illuminating, glittery, and occasionally breakable insights, reads, data and leads culled from my Twitterstream and shared there (and here) for you. Check out these gemlike finds:
Let's shed some light on these jobs:  The Department of Defense seeks a writer/editor at Fort Meade, MD...  the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Office of Public Programs wants a web manager and a new media and public relations assistant...the United Methodist Church's General Commission on Religion and Race needs a strategic communications director...a communications fellowship is open at the Hitachi Foundation.

Glittering training opp: Communicators already registered for my January 10 workshop, Be an Expert on Working with Experts, are coming from all over. At last count, smart participants from Arizona, California, Connecticut, Maryland, and Louisiana will be attending. And you? The unbreakable early registration discount ends December 21, and I'll keep reg open till January 3 or when all seats are filled. Is that clear? Crystal? Today, I'm welcoming more communicators to my lunch-and-learn about making the case for training your experts, a smart precursor to the experts workshop.

I love the way you look under the chandelier that is the weekend...somehow happier, since it's Friday. Thanks for gathering here with me again this week!

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