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Are you a Commodity? Three Ways Professional Communicators Can Avoid the Trap!
Why have professionals in HR, IT, and even security been outsourced to low-cost providers? They became commodities when leaders and other financial decision-makers perceived that their work didn’t add value in a way that exceeded their costs.

The same is happening to professional communicators all over the world, and it's time to take action now to avoid falling into the commodity trap in your own career.

In this fast-paced webinar session, leadership & career coach Darcy Eikenberg will dig deep into why this trend is exploding, and you'll learn specific actions you can take in your organization now to avoid becoming a commodity—or to turn perceptions around if you’re already there.

You can look forward to learning:

o Why leaders overlook or undervalue communication contributions—and how to help them see clearly.

o How to think and speak about your work differently—so you can get out of the commodity trap.

o Three key strategies you can use to provide real business value that gets noticed and doesn’t get lost in all the noise of day-to-day work.

You won't want to miss this unique opportunity to step back from your daily routine and make sure your work and role never becomes a commodity.

As a leadership & career coach, Darcy Eikenberg helps high-performance leaders and teams manage through constant change with more clarity, confidence, and control—plus a bit of courage thrown in to handle today’s complex life at work. Working with companies such as The Coca-Cola Company, State Farm, Deloitte and others, she brings her clients a practical, real-world perspective
that creates business results with a touch of humor and heart.

Darcy is a long-time IABC member and will be speaking at World Conference in Chicago this June. She’s the author of “Bring Your Superpowers to Work,” and writes regularly at RedCapeRevolution.com, where you can also sign up to get other free career tools and insights.

Mar 10, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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