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What’s on this week

What’s on this week? Here’s my regular Sunday look at what’s happening for comms pros to attend over the next 10 days and beyond.

AcademyThere’s a lot on between now and 10 November including an infographics summit hosted by Ragan in New York, internal social media training at PR Academy and the latest advanced diploma from the Institute of Internal Communication.

I’m looking forward to speaking at the Public Sector Communications Academy, which is taking place from 10-12 November in Coventry, UK.

I’m delighted to be chairing a panel on the first day to discuss all things employee engagement related, and will be asking my special guests to share their stories and advice.

Central and local government communicators are attending the Academy to use the opportunity to refresh skills and meet each other face-to-face.

The topic of the event is Challenge and Response: The future of public service communications and it is being hosted by Alex Aiken, Executive Director for Government Communications and Cormac Smith, Chairman, LGcommunications.

To book tickets you must be working within a government department, arms-length body, Non-Departmental Public Body or from local government.

See the website to find out more and book your tickets.

Collaborate, activate, communicate

collaborate_eventAll Things IC is proud to support Collaborate, activate, communicate on 3 November, hosted by Communicate Magazine at Instinctive Partners in London.

The afternoon session is your chance to hear about CSR projects, creative sponsorships and communicating success internally and externally.

Communicate Magazine have been running the Corporate Engagement Awards for the past five years and are now bringing together comms pros to learn from previous winners. You can book tickets online from just £100..

What’s on for comms pros:

Future events and awards

EBMEmployer Brand Management
Readers of the All Things IC blog can save 15% off the Employer Brand Management conference on December. The case you need: ATIC_EBM15. Book tickets online.

Award entry deadlines
The annual #insidestory awards from CIPR Inside are now open. The deadline to submit your entry is 20 November and you can see full info via their website.

Further reading on the All Things IC blog:
How to enter comms awards
Seven reasons to enter comms awards.

Want to plan further ahead? See my comms calendar to take you to the end of the year and into 2016.

Know of an event that’s not on my calendar? Please comment below, get in touch or Tweet me @AllthingsIC.

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I hope you have a good week,

Rachel

Post author: Rachel Miller

First published on the All Things IC blog 1 November 2015.

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