Discovery Find: Web Seminar “Building Your Communications Career”


This week’s Discovery Find is an excellent piece for all communications professionals. The Find is a Web Seminar entitled “Building Your Communications Career”.

Here is the description:

“Communicators are often so busy telling the story of their company, products or executives that they don’t have time to think about managing their own career.

Join Angee Linsey, Managing Director of Linsey Careers, as she provides an entertaining and practical approach to staying fresh and growing in your career as a communications leader. She’ll cover topics including:
– Building influence internally and recognizing the “wins” that keep your career moving in the right direction
– Communicating externally when you are ready to make a move to a new company or industry.
– Being conscious (deliberate) about your career goals, whether they follow a specific ladder for growth, or a winding path of diverse opportunities

Presenter: Angee Linsey, Managing Director, Linsey Careers
Angee Linsey leads Linsey Careers, a national executive search firm that specializes in recruiting communications and marketing professionals. Clients of the firm come from a wide range of industries from wine to wireless, technology, consumer products, insurance, agriculture and more. Prior to her career in search, she was an award-winning public relations and corporate communications leader in corporate, agency and military environments. She has held communications leadership roles where she has advised the most senior executives on communicating critical issues both internally and externally. Serving through retirement as a Navy Reserve Public Affairs Officer, Angee was recognized as a leader who not only provided exceptional counsel on communications issues, but also developed public affairs teams that were recognized as among the Navy’s best in the field.”

To access this Web Seminar, Click Here and login with your IABC member account credentials.

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