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    Communicators’ Core Beliefs with Author Liam FitzPatrick

    January 19, 2021
    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
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    We’ve all been through turbulent times. Covid-19, politics and social protest have landed on top of disruptive digital change in every workplace. Few employee communicators have had time to draw breath recently.

    But author Liam FitzPatrick argues that there are a number of fixed laws that govern how we approach the challenge of giving counsel, engaging our colleagues and making a difference in our organizations. Regardless of what we’re asked to do, deep audience insight, loving data, engaging line managers and being proud of our mission are some of the keys to unlocking real value.

    These are at the core of his book Successful Employee Communications which draws on the stories of leading communicators from around the world.

    Join Evan Krause, IABC Dallas vice president of Chapter Services, in conversation with Liam as they explore the importance of communicators' core beliefs, the need to invest in our own skills and differences in practice around the globe. He might even explain why he thinks writing skills are overrated!

    Liam has over 30 years’ experience of PR and internal communications gained in consulting and in-house roles across a range of sectors. UK-based, he advises organizations around the world on best practices and change and is well-known as a teacher and trainer. He has written extensively, co-authoring two widely acclaimed practical guides, contributing to multiple textbooks and penning articles in a range of media.

    When he’s not working, he likes to ride his bike stupidly long distances.

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    $0.00 IABC Members