Wednesday, June 27, 2012
9 am – 4 pm (Registration & Networking beginning at 8:30 am)
Institute for Human Services - Conference Room
6666 CR 11, Bath NY 14810 (“the old BOCES building”)
There seem to be new tools for communicating with people every day, and with limited resources the answer to the question, “Which tools should I use?” is always, “Whatever helps you achieve your goals.” This workshop will take a step back from all of the bells and whistles and walk participants step-by-step through how to develop a communications plan, look at possible tactics to achieve their goals, and share a number of useful implementation resources.
The session combines presentation and workshop format. Attendees are requested to bring the following:
· Organization Mission & Vision
· Organization Goals and/or Strategic Plan
· A copy of your organization’s Information Packet (if available)
If you are coming for a specific program rather than an organization, please bring all of this information for the program instead of organization.
Registration cost covers morning and afternoon snacks and the lunch provided, as well as handouts. Please note: Your registration reserves a slot, and this reservation is non-refundable.
· IHS members: $25 per person
· Non-members: $35 per person
Anna Brennan-Curry is the Manager of Communications & Volunteer Support at IHS. She is responsible for IHS's communications and marketing, the weekly Provider Online email, and managing IHS’s volunteer support programming. She has experience launching communications & marketing programs in a variety of organizations including Sanctuary for Families and the Foundation for MetroWest.