Trending Technology Tactics for the Internal Communications Professional


Availability
On-Demand, available until June 14, 2019
Recorded June 7, 2018

Categories: Emerging Trends, Social Media, Techniques & Tactics

From collaboration and messaging technologies to social media and mobile apps, new technologies are transforming how communications professionals do their work. However, research conducted by PRSA in partnership with theEMPLOYEEapp® by APPrise Mobile™ suggests that many companies are not utilizing these newer technologies. This webinar will highlight best practices that leading companies are utilizing to shape the technological landscape of the communications industry today and tomorrow.

By the end of this session, participants will:

•Understand the importance of employer to employee communications and which technologies are most effective.
•Learn tips on how to work with IT to make important technology decisions.
•Gain advice on how to get employees to engage to utilize newer technologies.

Presenters

Jeff Corbin, founder and CEO, APPrise Mobile

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As a public and investor relations consultant for the past 15 years, Corbin is pioneering the use of technology in the communications industry as the founder of APPrise Mobile™, a family of communications app building solutions that includes theIRapp®, for public companies to push information to their investors; theEMPLOYEEapp®, for secure employee communications; theCOMMSapp™, for external communications; and theCONFERENCEapp™, for investor, analyst and other conference and event communications. Corbin also serves as the CEO of KCSA Strategic Communications, and has consulted with hundreds of private organizations as well as NASDAQ and NYSE listed companies.

           

Stacie Rabinowitz, senior digital strategy advisor, Sedgwick

Over her 25-year career in marketing and communications, Stacie Rabinowitz has worked in nearly every facet of the field, including non-profits, small businesses and corporations; internal and external communications; print and digital media.

At Sedgwick, Stacie leads the promotion and engagement team to engross colleagues and business partners in Sedgwick’s integrated marketing programs. She manages their corporate websites, engagement at corporate conferences, the annual holiday charitable campaign and whatever else lands in her inbox on any given day.

Stacie has a B.A. from Old Dominion University. She spends her time outside of work cheering her kids on from various bleachers, exercising, cooking, and binge watching too many television shows to name.

Candace Tucker , communications specialist , Community Coffee

Candace joined Community Coffee Company in 2010.  Her first responsibilities included support to Sales, Public Relations, Operations, Finance, and the general management of the Company. 

Candace served in multiple roles, including Events Manager and Executive Administrator where she managed the Board of Director meeting logistics, management reporting to our Board, review of Company communications, and the planning and execution of Company events.  She also provided executive support to the President and CEO; the Executive Management Team (EMT); and the Board of Directors.  In addition, Candace managed the Admin Team, a team of support personnel who provide support to senior leaders through collaboration, transparency, and consistency.  As People Connections Strategist, a role developed specifically to address the communication needs of Our People, Candace provided opportunities to improve workplace experience and engagement—Our People’s emotional and intellectual connection with the organization—through internal communication, recognition, events, and décor that aligned with our overall strategic objectives. 

Accreditation

Participants with the APR credential earn 1.0 APR Maintenance Credit for a webinar. Learn more about Accreditation maintenance.