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A seat on the Board? - how to ensure the communicator's voice is heard at Board level (Advanced - KSF level 4)
13th November 2007

This course is aimed at senior level communicators who want to ensure a greater voice for communications in their organisation. It will include how to contribute effectively to Board discussions, advanced presentation skills such as how to make a pitch to the Board for extra resources, staff or commitment. It will also cover the importance of good planning and auditing what tools you need to help you make your case, and how do use data and measurement to demonstrate the value of communications.

Price:   £210.00
Members' price:   £150.00
Speakers:   Julie Hollings, Director of Corporate Communications, Royal College of Physicians Qualifications: BA Honours Degree in Typography & Graphic Communication from Reading University, Member of the CIPR. Julie has over 12 years' experience of working in communications and public relations in local and central government both in-house and as a consultant. Before joining the Royal College of Physicians in May 2006, she was a director at DTW Public Relations, specialising in strategic public relations, crisis management, health and central government communications. During this time she spent several months at the Dept of Health as Interim Head of Communications Research, managing the Depts research into public, stakeholder and NHS staff opinion. Previous posts have included Interim Director of Communications for the Independent Police Complaints Commission, Head of Communications at Haringey and senior communications posts at Hampshire and Isle of Wight Councils. She has also worked in the further education sector, as a journalist on the Southern Daily Echo and for ITV Publications.
Location:   Royal College of Physicians 11 St Andrews Place Regents Park LONDON NW1 4LE
Further details from:   Please contact Kate Baldwin, AHC Administrator on 01525 222155 or via email at: for more information.
Course Level:   Advanced
Time:   10.00 am - 4.30pm
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