IABC/Toronto Breakfast Seminar
TORONTO, Feb. 21, 2012 /CNW/ - Is your company's social intranet vibrant and engaging? Find out how to create a social intranet that connects your employees and keeps them informed and involved. On February 28, IABC/Toronto will present the How to Create a Social Intranet that Employees Actually Use Breakfast Seminar. Join us as Chris Chambers, Vice President, Client Development at Prescient Digital, shows you how to put this valuable Web 2.0 tool to work for your organization.
In this timely session, you will learn how to:
- Define the role a social intranet will play in your organization
- Gain the support of senior management
- Plan and implement a social intranet that meets business needs and employee requirements
- Measure use and satisfaction
- Manage and govern the intranet
Chris will share insights from Prescient's June 2011 Social Intranet Study. This report, conducted with IABC, examines the use of social media tools on corporate intranets. The study features input from 1,400 organizations and provides the most current and comprehensive data on Intranet 2.0 tools.
When: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 - 7:30am to 9:00am
Where: Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel, 525 Bay Street, Toronto, ON
Speaker: Chris Chambers is Vice President, Client Development at Prescient Digital. Mr. Chambers has been a Sales & Marketing Executive and Business Development Consultant for over 25 years. He has specific experience developing and executing strategies, guiding organizations to improve their business operations. He has held senior management positions at both large and small corporations helping reengineer or reinvigorate operations and providing expertise on a variety of enterprise infrastructure challenges.
IABC/Toronto's professional development series are made possible through the generous sponsorship of CNW Group.
INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY: The morning's featured speaker is available for interviews. Please schedule an appointment.
With more than 1,700 members, IABC/Toronto is the largest IABC chapter in the world. The organization provides these members with multidisciplinary resources and a global network of more than 16,500 business communication professionals, in 70 countries, working in diverse industries and disciplines to identify, share and apply the world's most effective communications practices. Website: http://toronto.iabc.com
For further information:
VP, Marketing Communications, IABC/Toronto