This post originally appeared as an article on Kevin McCann’s LinkedIn. For more, check out his thoughts on 7 shifts in culture and communications that will mark 2021. I’m fortunate to spend a lot of time helping groups to reach alignment, collaborate, have meaningful conversations, and decide what to do. And I believe that even after pandemic restrictions lessen, effective virtual collaboration in business will stay as an expectation and norm, even after conferences, convent
IABC Maritime is led by President and Chair Madeline Postle this year. A Consultant at NATIONAL Public Relations, Madeline is well known for her deliberate, resourceful, and strategic approach to any project. Respected for bringing clarity to the complex, she brings teams around a table and creates cohesion and synergy from the onset of any collaborative effort. For this reason, she is frequently sought out to build insightful campaigns and execute with a flawless attention t
Meeting the New Norm 💫 The ideal number of meetings is debated among many companies and organizations. How does a team efficiently and effectively achieve and exceed its goals when calendars are inundated with meetings? What happens when, ironically, having these meetings are crucial for a team’s success? How many meetings are too many meetings? When most of the world was back in a more physical work setting, we still struggled with having too many meetings in the workplace.
COVID-19 and Communicators – Opportunities for New Grads and Seasoned Professionals The ongoing pandemic has resulted in many challenges to Canada’s food supply. In response, Farmwork to Feed Canada (F2FC) was formed last year by Canadian public relations, communications and marketing professionals. The goal was to provide much-needed communications support on a volunteer basis to farmers, agricultural and fishery organizations, the agri-business sector, restaurants and the f