The old adage “The Only Constant in Life is Change” could not be more true for the communications profession these days. As our communities become more diverse, we face challenges of how to effectively reach these new audiences, engage them in the public process and communicate about issues that are important to them.MAGC’s 2016 Fall Conference “Communicating in a Diverse World” will address these challenges with meaningful discussions and hands-on learning experiences that will give you practical tools to help you be successful in your outreach. Highlights:· “Communicating on Issues of Equity and Diversity” - A two-hour workshop by the University of Minnesota on how to effectively communicate with and about diverse communities/issues· Panel discussions on effective community relations and engagement. Among the featured speakers: Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek, Lina Jamoul, MN Association of Professional Employees and Alex Munoz, Washington County Dislocated Worker Program· 30 Ideas in 30 Minutes roundtable· James Burroughs, State of Minnesota’s first Chief Inclusion Officer When: 8:00am-3:45pm, Thursday, October 27, 2016Where: University of Minnesota Continuing Education and Conference Center 1890 Buford Ave., St. Paul, MN 55108Fees: MAGC Members $100 Non-Members $120
University of MinnesotaContinuing Education and Conference Cent1890 Buford Ave.St. Paul, Minnesota 55108
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