As a professional communicator, it took me a while to slow down and remember my great aunt Mary’s advice, “You’ll catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.”
The graduating classes of 2020 and 2021 are entering the workforce in a time like no other. However, professional communicators can help those new to the field get acquainted despite the virtual environment.
Becoming an IABC Fellow signifies a body of achievement by a communicator who has had a significant impact on their organization, IABC and the profession. To better understand this designation, we spoke with three Fellows on how it has impacted their career, advice for applicants and more.
IABC members share snapshots of their unique professional journeys — moments of success, do-overs, connections forged and challenges overcome — that, collectively, have kept the profession advancing, year after year.
Whether in calm or tumultuous times, any communicator — especially those who are unemployed or underemployed — can follow this five-point plan to achieve career growth and success.
IABC and the GCCC announced that its Communication Management Professional® (CMP) certification program received international accreditation from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Learn more about the value that this certification brings.