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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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President’s Update – A time to shine …

Hats in the air people – it’s time to celebrate! As I’ve learned from leading teams, businesses and projects in the past, and as I’m rapidly learning now as President of a professional association, there are many dimensions to leadership – great opportunity, great reward, great responsibility and great challenges. There are others that,...

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Lights on with Deb Ganderton

Each month, we interview a prominent communication professional about a ‘lights on’ moment they’ve experienced in their career. This month we speak with Executive Manager Communications and Customer Experience at City of Boroondara, Deb Ganderton.    Can you describe a major ‘lights on’ moment in your career…an event, occurrence or moment in your career...

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And the Bronze Quill goes to …

We’re counting down to Wednesday 31 May when around 175 members, professional partners and friends of IABC Victoria will gather at the beautiful ANZ Pavilion at the Victorian Arts Centre, to toast a record-breaking 21 Bronze Quill Award winners at our annual Bronze Quill Gala Dinner. The evening celebration is set to be a night...

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The benefits of the “i” in IABC

Molly Campbell is our Region & Chapter Connections officer and originally hails from Toronto in Canada. She is the perfect example of how the ‘International’ within International Association of Business Communicators is a benefit to our members, and shares two great upcoming opportunities to expand your network on an international level.   Most of us...

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Victorian communicators shine again on the world stage

Victoria has struck gold at the international IABC Gold Quill Awards with 17 awards for communications excellence bestowed upon our local communication champs. The winning haul is a record-breaking achievement for Victorian communicators and entries judged the best in the world hail from top tier banks, boutique consultancies, infrastructure businesses, not for profits and...

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Tales of Triumph: Ten tips for success

In October our Student & Academic Liaison Jenna Waite had the pleasure of hosting and moderating a panel event for more than 70 PR and communication students, from universities across Victoria. Joining her on the panel were Chris Burns, Fiona McGregor and Alex Lefley, who told students what to expect in their first few years...

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President’s update: Victoria, the golden state

  Hi everyone, It’s pretty cool when second month on the job, I get the pleasure of announcing IABC Victoria’s biggest ever haul at the Gold Quill Awards. The Gold Quill is IABC’s global awards program that recognises best-practice communications, as judged by expert evaluators from around the world. As one of my colleagues...

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Five Victorians awarded Gold!

This year, five Victorians shone as the best of the best in business communication by being named winners of the prestigious IABC Gold Quill Awards! Our winners are Kelly Vandrine and Jon Mills (Bupa Australia), Amy Baird (AIA Australia), Chris Dvoracek (Transform Consulting) and Lelde McCoy (Ogilvy Public Relations) who were selected for recognition...

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