A joint program with the National Speakers Association
Communicators increase the impact of their messages by building trust, credibility, and a human connection. While professional speakers focus their craft on developing 30 to 60-minute, highly refined stage presentations, business communicators leverage a broad toolbox to inform, educate and engage audiences.
During this interactive panel discussion, members of IABC and the National Speakers Association will discuss how they use communication to influence audiences, and what challenges lie ahead from the rising use of artificial intelligence.
The program will conclude with an exercise in which you’ll mingle with colleagues from your sister organization.
February 11, 2022
Noon - 1:00 p.m. Eastern
Members and Guests of IABC and NSA: $20
About the Panelists
|Rick Alcantara is president of Rick Alcantara Consulting and executive communications director for Princeton Strategic Communications. He advises corporate, nonprofit and government clients on public relations, crisis communications, social media and digital marketing. Rick is president-elect of IABC Philadelphia, board member of the IABC Heritage Region, past president of PRSA Philadelphia and a member of PRSA's Counselor's Academy.|
|Elaine Pasqua, CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) is a dynamic nationally recognized keynote speaker and trainer who has transformed the lives of more than half a million people nationwide. She has been helping businesses, colleges, pro athletic teams, and the military increase productivity and retain talent by generating positive choices, healthy communication, and respectful relationships.|
|Rod Wallace, PhD, is a consultant and speaker who helps businesses make more money by solving society’s problems. With a unique background combining international business, economics, and technology, Wallace challenges teams to integrate diverse perspectives into a coherent purpose with value for both investors and society.|
- February 11, 2022 at 12:00pm – 1pm
- 4 people are going