“Leadership + Communication = The New Competitive Advantage.”

Featuring Sean Fitzgerald and Shari Chernack with Ketchum

Join us for our next luncheon on October 13!

In today’s dynamic and rapidly changing environment, the role of leadership in communication, reputation building and direction setting has never been more important. The gap between the need for strong leadership and people’s perceptions of today’s leaders is vast. A 20-industry, 13-country survey conducted this year reveals that the world has never been less impressed or inspired by today’s leaders and the organizations they represent. Leaders who can communicate and inspire have the potential to help their organizations unlock competitive advantage.  Read more... 

You can be the first communicator in the DFW area to attain your CMP Certification!

We’re proud to announce that the Dallas chapter has been selected to host the next Communication Management Professional (CMP) Certification exam on Oct. 17. The CMP Certification is aimed at the generalist/specialist level, and is designed around ISO, an international standard for professional certifications.

Interested? Check out the IABC CMP website for details and download the candidate handbook. The certification is open to both members and non-members of IABC.

Questions about the CMP Certification? Send an email to Sara Fowdy, Ed.D., at gccc@iabc.com. Questions about the first exam in Dallas? Contact IABC Dallas Vice President of Chapter Services Adrienne Ciletti at aciletti@jcp.comFor more information and deadline dates, click here.


If you recently joined IABC, please give us a few days to update our IABC Dallas Chapter database before you login to our Member Area or try to register for IABC Dallas events as a member. (Our chapter membership database is not automatically updated with any changes to your IABC Member Profile at IABC.com.) 

New members will receive a Welcome letter from IABC Dallas with login instructions.

Current members can request Username and Password reset by clicking on LOGIN button, and then the Forgot Your Password link. Enter the email associated with your IABC profile at IABC.com. If this email has been changed recently at IABC.com, it may take a few days to be current in the chapter's database.

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