IABC NSW HOSTING OUR FIRST GCCC® EXAM IN NOVEMBER
Communications / News
28 Jul 2020

IABC NSW HOSTING OUR FIRST GCCC® EXAM IN NOVEMBER

As a business communicator, professional certification can elevate your career and help keep your skills fresh and applicable. It provides a great opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge and expertise. And it could help you land your next big opportunity or perform at a higher level in your current role. IABC NSW is thrilled to advise that we will be hosting our first Global Communication Certification...

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It’s About Better Connections
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23 Mar 2020

It’s About Better Connections

A message from Kieran McCann | IABC NSW President: I’m sure, like me, you’re in the midst of some deep crisis communicating, whilst supporting your organisation, family, friends and loved ones through these unprecedented times.  It will come as no surprise that we’ve had to postpone a few forthcoming events (workplace from facebook and our crisis masterclass). As always, we have the safety and health...

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Time to innovate your view of Corporate Responsibility
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15 Nov 2019

Time to innovate your view of Corporate Responsibility

Jacquie Fegent-Mcgeachie led a workshop for our chapter on the Climate of change: Corporate responsibility the new strategic imperative. Jacquie reflects on the key themes and outcomes from the workshop – a sold out event and one of four member-only workshops the chapter has hosted this year.  Following the recent corporate scandals surrounding the Royal Commission’s into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry and into...

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We need STEAM not STEM alone
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03 Aug 2020

We need STEAM not STEM alone

IABC NSW joins advocacy group to fight against discriminatory changes to university fees. Australian chapters of the IABC have joined the Australian Communications Advocacy Group (ACAG) to support university fee equality.  IABC chapters representing communication professionals in the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales and Victoria are proud to partner with the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) and the International Association of Public Participation...

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The missing half of communication
Communications / Member post / Storytelling
26 Jul 2020

The missing half of communication

Written by: Megan Thomas, Secretary, IABC NSW Last week IABC NSW had the pleasure of hosting Oscar Trimboli, to share his insights about the missing half of communication – listening. Oscar is on a quest to create 100 million Deep Listeners in the world. He is an author, host of the Apple Award winning podcast—Deep Listening and a sought-after keynote speaker. He is passionate about...

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A Q&A interview with Lucy Newcomb – Director Salt & Shein
Business / News
30 Jun 2020

A Q&A interview with Lucy Newcomb – Director Salt & Shein

Lucy is one of Australia’s most well-regarded and influential executive recruiters and talent advisers in the corporate affairs, communication, government relations and investor relations space. Lucy has a reputation for always finding the right person for the right role and is a respected strategic business partner to her clients. We sat down with Lucy to discuss the current comms environment, how roles are shaping up,...

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Rest, reflect, reset
Communications / Events / Gold Quill / Leadership communications / Member post / Membership / News
30 Jun 2020

Rest, reflect, reset

I recently finished a great book by Dr Adam Fraser called The Third Space, in it he details how to use life’s little transitions to find balance; a chance to reflect, rest and reset between the first space (what you’ve doing right now) and the second space (what you’re about to do). The third space is the gap in the middle. Halfway through our tenure...

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Keys to Captivating Your Audience When You Communicate on Screen
Communications / Storytelling / Uncategorized
26 Jun 2020

Keys to Captivating Your Audience When You Communicate on Screen

IABC NSW Guest speaker: Dr Neryl East When presenting on camera, it’s all about finding a yin/yang balance between credibility and relatability, Dr Neryl East told attendees at a recent IABC NSW professional development event. Recognising that the basis for communication is trust, she said “on screen, it’s even more critical to build trust with your audience”. “We’re often the spotlight shiners, making other people...

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The keys to captivating your audience when you communicate on screen
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29 May 2020

The keys to captivating your audience when you communicate on screen

COVID-19 has redefined the essential communication skill set for leaders. No longer is it enough to communicate with credibility and influence in a live meeting or presentation – you must be equally comfortable conveying your message through a camera lens. Whether it’s a live-streamed announcement, Zoom interaction or pre-recorded piece, leaders need the ability to connect with their diverse audiences in a way that builds...

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How to amplify your executive brand in LinkedIn
Business / Leadership communications / Reputation management / Social media / Storytelling
25 May 2020

How to amplify your executive brand in LinkedIn

Amanda Blesing FARPI holds one of the top 1% LinkedIn viewed profiles globally. Here at IABC NSW we were delighted to host Amanda for two exclusive events; how to amplify executive brands via LinkedIn and 7 critical elements of subtly powerful self-promotion. Our board members Patrick Armstrong and Megan Thomas share their key insights.   LinkedIn offers amazing opportunities to build and amplify our brands, but...

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What makes a winning Gold Quill entry?
Employee communications / Gold Quill / Member post
16 May 2020

What makes a winning Gold Quill entry?

The IABC Gold Quill Awards program recognises business communication excellence globally and is acknowledged as one of the most prestigious awards programs in the industry. Gold Quill winner, Megan Osborne gives us an exceptional insight into her entry that took customer service of people in need to a new level at NSW Trustee & Guardian. Customer Excellence Principles Team Activities (NSW Trustee & Guardian) Delivering...

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Engaging Employees in Turbulent Times
Communications / Crisis communication / Crisis Management / Employee communications / Employee engagement / Member post
27 Apr 2020

Engaging Employees in Turbulent Times

Sonia Clarke, National Lead – Creative Comms, PwC’s The Difference COVID-19 has plunged the world into unprecedented uncertainty. Almost instantly, with little preparation, employees have become remote workers. Many are also balancing professional commitments alongside caregiving responsibilities or dealing with physical separation from family and friends. In times like this, engaging employees effectively has never felt more urgent, nor been more important. To do this...

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