Ruth Furman, principal at ImageWords Communications, will speak during the National Association of Bar Executives (NABE) during two speed sessions on how to “Keep content from becoming chaos: taking on the challenge of too much stuff,” on Wednesday, Jan. 23, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
One of the biggest challenges bar communicators face is how to get members to see everything they do—there is too much “stuff ” and without a plan, email and information fatigue means that there is a lot the audience may ignore.
Karen Korr, former director of communications for the San Diego County Bar Association, will moderate the session. Marketing and sales consultants, Angela Giles and Tracey Thompson of Le Femme Empire will join Furman during the panel to discuss how to create content plans that can help navigate the chaos for bar executives and staff.
This session is not open to the public, but available for registered NABE attendees.
The National Association of Bar Executives mid-year meeting, Jan. 22-24, brings bar association and foundation leaders together to meet and share ideas, learn, network and attend informative program sessions. NABE’s mission is to enhance the skills and enrich the careers of bar association professionals. Follow this link to view the full program.
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