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Networking is vital to the success of communications and marketing leaders, whether they are growing their business, making a career transition or moving up the corporate ladder, according to Marcia Ballinger, PhD, and principal and co-founder of Ballinger | Leafblad Inc.   “Networking is a conversation, an opportunity to learn and benefit from another individual’s wisdom.” […]

Who do you trust the most? According to the 2022 Edelman Trust Barometer, business is the most trusted institution in society. CEO Richard Edelman told us that more people are turning to their employers for truthful information and to lead in solving issues such as racial equality, skills retraining, and climate change. Societal leadership is […]

2022 Agenda Preview

January 20, 2022

After two years of immense change, organizations have recognized the value of communications professionals. Make the most of this opportunity and learn how to keep or gain your seat at the table. Topics for this year’s program will focus two things: Your Career and Your Impact. Here’s a quick preview of what awaits you at […]

Racial disparities exist in everything from employment to health care to education. U.S. Bank is committed to DEI by addressing the wealth gap and sharing their success with communicators. “Communicators can have a significant impact, shaping narratives and serving as agents of change,” said Marcus Brown, assistant vice president, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategy at […]

Optimize Your Influence on LinkedIn Anne Pryor, LinkedIn strategist and internationally recognized top 10 LinkedIn expert, is a keynote speaker at the upcoming Summit. She stresses the importance for job seekers to build their reputation on LinkedIn since it is used by 95 percent of recruiters, human resource and hiring managers to find candidates for […]

“Moving forward is taking what you’ve learned from the past and ensuring it influences the future. Not just hoping it influences the year ahead, but ensuring it does,” said Camie Melton Hanily, past president, IABC Minnesota. “Moving forward to me means embracing what’s possible,” added IABC Minnesota President Michael Walsh. “It means recognizing there are […]