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How to get resources & executive support for your social media projects

How do you secure funding to expand social media projects when budgets are tight? And when risk is a key consideration for executives in considering which projects to support, how do you find (and brief appropriately) an executive sponsor to champion your cause at top-level meetings? I spoke about these issues at a communication conference for public sector employees, and it was clear from audience questions that they’re...

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The power of being silent, or how I learned to listen

Did you know that ‘silent’ is an anagram of ‘listen’? One thing I’m still learning in my career is the power of silence. When I was younger, I always believed that unless my lips were moving, I wasn’t contributing. My logorrhoea knew no bounds and I just hoped that whoever was at the receiving...

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Authenticity! Trending now; get it while it’s hot

Monthly insights from our esteemed President, Ivan Levacic. In a month of highlights, of brilliant sights, sounds and conversations – when I’ve gone from celebrating the achievements of our profession at the IABC Victoria Bronze Quill Gala, to connecting with our global network at World Conference in Washington DC, and then on to New...

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Improving the way we communicate

Here at IABC Victoria we pride ourselves on providing our members with exclusive knowledge, content and resources in a contemporary and easy-to-consume way. Which is why we’ve decided to transition from a newsletter, sent via email once a month, to regular online blog posts published on our website, that you can search and comment...

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Disrupting the function of IC

Disrupting the Function of IC – A Global Perspective, a 222-page eBook produced by IC Kollectif, was launched in New York recently by the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management, representing 160,000 communication professionals worldwide. With contributions from 30 experts across six continents, including four IABC Victoria members, Adrian Cropley OAM, FRSA,...

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Lights on with Dr Jen Frahm

Each month, we interview a prominent communication professional about a ‘lights on’ moment they’ve experienced in their career. This month we speak with author of Conversations of Change: A Guide to Implementing Workplace Change, Dr Jen Frahm. Can you describe a major ‘lights on’ moment in your career…an event, occurrence or moment in your...

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Fifth Women in Communications & PR Leadership Summit 2017

IABC Victoria proudly supports the Fifth Women in Communications & PR Leadership Summit 2017 being held in Melbourne 25 – 26 July, 2017. Whether you’re a seasoned leader or taking your first steps into leadership, this year’s summit will provide the insights you need to drive even greater success. The summit delves into the hybrid...

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Lights on with Gabrielle Dolan

If you’re lucky enough to attend this year’s IABC World conference in Washington, just make sure you get along to hear the opening key-note. The speaker may look familiar. In fact, you may have seen her at an IABC Victoria event or two. And now, as the first Australian key-note speaker at an IABC...

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Join us for Fusion in Singapore!

23-25 August 2017 Novotel Clark Quay Singapore This year you’re invited to the IABC’s first ever Regional Conference in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, one of the most culturally and geographically diverse regions in IABC. The three-day conference will be held at Novotel Clark Quay in Singapore on 23-25 August. The Conference theme is...

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