June Practitioner Call To Focus on Public Anger
When we started the practitioner call back in December, the idea initially was to keep the agenda open for whatever topics our attendees would bring to the table. While this format has worked great in other communities in the past, we have since found that we still lack the critical mass required to make it successful for us.
So in the spirit of continuous improvement, we’re switching gears a bit. Going forward, we will focus on one specific topic per call and will invite a senior practitioner to start off the conversation. Ideally, these topics will be highly relevant to both junior and senior practitioners (e.g. how to engage minorities, how to use technology, how to “convince your boss” etc.). Topics and presenters will be announced upfront, which we hope will further help adoption. We may also open this up to non-members on occasion.
Our June call will address the question of how to deal with public anger situations. We are very excited to welcome John Godec as our subject matter expert, a long-time IAP2 member and trainer. Please mark your calendars:
IAP2 USA Practitioner Call: How to deal with public anger?
Monday, June 4, 2012
11am Pacific Time
The format for this 60-minute session will remain highly interactive as originally envisioned. After a round of introductions, John will spend about ten minutes to give us a high-level introduction and hopefully share a few hands-on tips. From there, we’ll go into Q&A.
Please join the online forum in our member section to let us know if you plan to attend. Feel free to share any questions or comments beforehand. Dial-in information for this call will be shared in our member section the week prior to the call.