Tuesday, April 02, 2013

3 smart communicator trainings: On blogging, work with experts & messaging you

I've got three smart training options for communicators already scheduled for June 2013. Register early to get a substantial discount and take advantage of these unusual and useful professional development opportunities, all taking place in Washington, DC: 
  • Refreshing Your Blog, a half-day session that will help you update and reinvigorate your blog, Tumblr, or other regular posting mechanism on social networks. On June 6, from 9:30am to 1:00pm, lunch included. Register here.
  • Be an Expert on Working with Experts, a popular and intensive day-long session for communicators, development officers, government relations pros and others who work with policy wonks, scientists and subject-matter experts and want to be more effective at it. On June 13 from 9:30am to 4:30pm, lunch included. Register here. 
  • Messaging Me, a 2-hour lunch session, will help you apply message development principles used in public speaking and presenting to your job search. If you struggle with how to answer those typical open-ended questions like "tell me about yourself" or "walk me through your resume," this will help you articulate a message about you concisely and clearly. On June 18, from 11am to 1pm, lunch included. Register here.
These workshops are all centrally located and near public transportation in Washington, and easy to reach from the airport or train station, so don't hesitate to register, no matter where you are based. Please feel free to forward these training opportunities to your friends and colleagues, and consider coming with other members of your team. You'll find useful info about travel and cancellation policies in the workshops FAQ. If the dates don't work for you, let me know when a repeat session would work, or inquire about bringing one of these sessions to your location. Just email me at info@dontgetcaught.biz

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