Jul 13 - 16

Arlington, VA

Hyatt Regency Crystal City

Attend this conference to learn how to capture the power of social media in your organization. Hear practical advice, firsthand, on how to engage your employees and citizens by using social media from leading government agencies and organizations, including U.S. Department of State, Chesterfield County, VA, National Institutes of Health, IBM Center for the Business of Government and many others.

This conference has been researched with and designed for FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL GOVERNMENT Managers, Directors, Analysts, Leaders, Officers, Administrators, Specialists, Advisors, Coordinators, Staff, Assistants & Consultants involved in: * Public Affairs/Relations * Public Information * Internal Communications * External Communications * Employee Communications * Employee Relations * Marketing * Web Communications * Human Resources * Organizational Transformation & Development * Executive Communications * Change Management * Publication & Web Content * Communication Consulting * Communications Management * Communications Research * Electronic Communications * New Media/Interactive Media * Community Relations * Technology * Digital Strategy * Training &Development * Outreach * Journalism/Reporting * Information Services & Systems * Administration * Program Management * Customer Service & Satisfaction * Evaluation * Research * Intranet & Internet ...And all those interested in developing social media strategies within their agencies.

Cost: $1299+

Contact Name: Amy Gerstein

ph: 773-695-9400 email: amy.gerstein@aliconferences.com

Company Info:

Advanced Learning Institute

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