Tuesday, April 25, 2017

May 16 Event: "Communicating in Times of Change"


Speaker: Gary Ross, Strategic Communications Consultant
Gary Ross
Strategic Communications Consultant
Change happens all the time, but somehow, we never seem to get used to it. It can bring anxiety and confusion that can easily derail productivity at your agency. During these times of organizational change, communicators have a critical role to play. A successful change management strategy can help reduce distractions and uncertainty in your office and can also help you understand what’s going on, focus on your job and maintain the workflow critical to your agency’s success.
Please join the Partnership for Public Service and the Federal Communicators Network on Tuesday, May 16 for a session on change management. Gary Ross, a strategic communications consultant who has helped lead large and small organizations through major change, will explore how communications leaders can best support your agency through times of significant change.
The event is free to attend, but space is limited, so RSVP today.

EVENT DETAILS

Partnership for Public Service
1100 New York Ave NW
Suite 200 East
Washington, DC 20005

Tuesday, May 16 
8:30 - 9:00 a.m. EST Registration and Networking Breakfast
9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Presentation and Q & A

Register for this Event

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Government Communicators: Know Who's Who In a Field Video Crew - By Ann Ramsey

Award-winning video producer Ann Ramsey contributed today's post. She is a senior producer at the US Department of Health & Human Services in Washington, DC.
You probably deal with field video crews often in your role as a government communicator. For example, you host press conferences and other media events that broadcasters want to cover. From the broadcasters’ point of view, any shooting done out of the studio (i.e. covering your event) is considered “field” or “remote” shooting; they will send specialized crews who are equipped to do that. However, it may not be clear to you the taxonomy and makeup of these crews.

Read more

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Building Trust With New Leadership


On behalf of the Partnership for Public Service and the Federal Communicators Network, thank you for attending yesterday's event on building trust with new leadership. We'd appreciate it if you took a few moments to complete this survey. Your feedback helps us continue to improve this event series.

Please see below for resources from the event, including a recording of the session, handouts from the event and attendee contact information:
Questions? Contact Katie Koziara at kkoziara@ourpublicservice.org or (202) 464-3094.
Save the date for our next event with the Federal Communicators Network on Tuesday, May 16.
   
Federal Communicators Network




Friday, February 3, 2017

10 Tips For Federal Employees On The Personal Use Of Social Media

This “cheat sheet” is meant to help clarify some issues that federal employees may not be aware of, or that may be confusing. It is not meant to replace a thorough review of law, policy, and official guidance or to restrict or alter your rights and responsibilities in any way. When in doubt, please do not use this as a substitute for obtaining reliable direction from an official source. This document, like all FCN documents, is unofficial in nature.

Locate this document under the Presentations tab.

Friday, October 7, 2016

Recording, Slide Deck posted for "What Do You Mean? Communicate Using Plain Language"

A big thank you to the Partnership for Public Service for helping organize "What Do You Mean? Communicate Using Plain Language" on 10/6/16.


Resources from the event have been posted and can be found at the following links:

Save the date for the Partnership for Public Service's next event on February 7, 2017. Questions? Contact Katie Koziara at kkoziara@ourpublicservice.org or (202) 464-3094.


Thursday, September 15, 2016

Slides Posted for "Best Practices in Digital Communications from Canadian, UK, and US Governments"

Many thanks to the participants on the webinar "Best Practices in Digital Communications from Canadian, UK, and US Governments" - Laura Wesley, Cormac Smith, Fran Cavanagh, Adam Thorndike, and David Kaufman.


In addition, thank you to all the sponsors for this webinar. Thank you to the Communications Community Office in Canada, Government Communication Service within the United Kingdom, and the Department of Health and Human Services in the United States.


Slides

Government of Canada
Government of the United Kingdom
Government of the United States
**Note: The slides can also be found on Google Drive **


Recording

A recording for the webinar can be found here


Description of the Webinar

A previous post describing the webinar

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Slides posted for webinar "Picture This: Telling Your Agency's Story Through Visual Content"

Note: for more information on this webinar, here is another post on our blog


Many thanks to the Partnership for Public Service, the participating presenters, and the many attendees of this exciting presentation.



Questions? Please contact Katie Koziara at kkoziara@ourpublicservice.org