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In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing world, communications roles continue to evolve as our stakeholders, technology, and the expectations on us become more complex. At the recent IABC NSW event Take your communication career to the next level, thirty communicators from across a range of sectors were joined by three industry experts to explore how we can navigate our way through some of the biggest scenarios...
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Never before have we had so many tools and technology options to create compelling communication to reach our stakeholders, data to analyse our messaging, or been as valued by senior leaders to provide strategic counsel that will drive real business change. However, as we look to future, communicators face the same workplace challenges being experienced by most industries in our rapidly changing world. Where does...
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IABC NSW Board Director, Ben Wyld, reflects on what he learned from Communications Measurement Expert, Angela Sinickas. Angela Sinickas has been challenging assumptions throughout her career as a communication professional. It’s what has forged her formidable reputation in the industry and underpinned her pioneering work in the area of communication measurement – it’s also earned her 21 international communication awards along the way. For an...
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Andrew Cooper, IABC NSW President, shares his views on the Value of Trust for Internal Communications. Over the last month, we’ve seen two examples of how losing trust has had a negative effect on an organisation. Since the Cambridge Analytics scandal broke, Facebook has lost $100m in market capitalisation and after a Model X SUVs caused a fatal crash while driving on autopilot, Tesla’s shares fell 15%. From...
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At the IABC NSW, our strongest asset is you - our network of capable and knowledgeable members. From those who’ve joined this year, to those who’ve been there from the start – there is a wealth of experience and perspective across this diverse group. This month, we’d like to introduce one of our long-time members – Sandra Black, who shares with us her perspectives on change, leadership comms, and how other members can get the most out of being part of the global network and community that is the IABC.
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Last week over 50 communicators joined us for a special IABC NSW evening with four leading comms practitioners who graciously shared their perspectives and insights. The format? A series of roundtables which saw our speakers spend 20 minutes with each table. I know from experience this is an extremely rewarding but tiring process for the speakers, and I am very grateful for the memorable night our speakers gave us all.
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IABC NSW's new President Andrew Cooper shares his thoughts on what the IABC means for him, and welcomes members in 2018.
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IABC NSW Board Member Ike Levick reflects on the recent gala event and goes fishing for insights
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On the 22nd September we were proud to present the communication teams from Foxtel and QBE who rose to the challenge and were recognised and rewarded with a Gold Quill award in 2016. The teams took attendees through their award winning projects.
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Every marketing problem is fundamentally a behaviour change problem