Connecting communicators around the dinner table
You can now join Networking 9 gatherings online! We’re continually brainstorming new topics to discuss, so check back often for details and registration info.
Imagine the value of bringing together a group of seasoned SF IABC members to share stories, challenges and solutions from their work with companies, clients and colleagues.
Since 2003, SF IABC has offered a unique professional development and networking program called Networking 9. Featuring a handful of small-group, evening discussions each year, Networking 9 gives participants the opportunity to explore new ideas, share real-world challenges and build deeper IABC relationships.
See the schedule for upcoming Networking 9 events and topics below. Formerly staged in restaurants in the Bay Area, Networking 9 has moved online for the rest of 2020.
|Networking Nine Events and Discussion Topics|
|September 15, 2020||The Impact of WFH on Communications|
|November 10, 2020||Topic to be confirmed; please submit your ideas!|
|January 12, 2021||Topic to be confirmed; please submit your ideas!|
|March 9, 2021||Topic to be confirmed; please submit your ideas!|
|(Additional dates, times, and themes forthcoming)|
We may explore breakfast and lunchtime options and welcome your feedback on your preferences and themes.
Although open to all SF IABC members, demand for Networking 9 events often exceeds supply. Interested members are encouraged to join the waiting list, share their contact information and propose future topics to our co-directors.
Examples of past topics include: Let’s Share Measurement Best Practices, Taking Employee Communications from Dull to Daring, Change Communications Best Practices and What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid.
Attention IABC Chapter Presidents: SF IABC has developed “Networking 9 in a Box” – a step-by-step guide to establishing and conducting Networking 9 events in your chapter. Please contact our chapter for additional information.
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