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We’re all tired of being a part of “unprecedented times” and a side effect for a lot of us is a huge increase in… procrastination.

Sometimes, we want to lie in bed and play Sudoku in the hopes our responsibilities disappear but if we skip a few games this quick read will help us “eat our frogs” and be better time managers. There are some quick and relatively easy tips and tricks to implement to help us tackle our day-to-day and kickstart our productivity!

Comment on our “Eat that Frog” post on the IABC Regina Facebook or LinkedIn page by April 9 to be entered to win your own copy!

When: 20-Apr-2021

Join us for a speed networking event for IABC mentorship programs all across Canada! Many aspects of this year have been isolating, but this is a great opportunity to grab a beverage of your choice and connect with communications professionals across industries and borders. We will include networking tips and interesting topics related to mentorship and beyond.

We will use breakout rooms in Zoom with guided conversations so we can meet others in our field from BC to Newfoundland. Share your thoughts, struggles, successes and meet some new colleagues during this FREE event, only for IABC members.

Start time:

4:30 pm PST / 5:30 pm MST & Sask / 7:30 EST

Participating chapters:

  • IABC Calgary
  • IABC Edmonton
  • IABC Regina
  • IABC Toronto
  • IABC London
  • IABC Ottawa
  • IABC Montreal
  • IABC Newfoundland

This event may be eligible for CMP / SCMP maintenance credits.

Come play Corporate Snakes and Career Ladders online with your peers across the IABC Canada West region!

In teams, you will take on the role of Carmen Spinoza, Communications Director for a multi-national, fictional company. You will explore a series of real-life business challenges where you will advise Carmen to make strategic decisions as she interacts with executive leadership – helping to justify her newly gained “seat at the table”.

Played by hundreds of communication professionals around the world at IABC conferences, this popular game is now delivered online in a fast-paced workshop format.

Join us for a fun and engaging session to test your skills as a strategic advisor. It’s a great opportunity to play outside your comfort zone in a safe space!

Register now – limited spots available.

Past Events

When: 8-Apr-2021

In this hour-long webinar, participants will develop an understanding of public engagement in a virtual world. To form that understanding, Tannis Topolnisky, Experience Creator at Topent Ltd., will explore the different models of public engagement, discuss the decision-making process, and describe how organizations can transform their futures through public consultation.

All participants at any level of experience with public engagement are welcome to join.

Please note, the workshop will run from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. MST and networking will run from 8:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Hosted via Zoom (link will be emailed before the event), in partnership with IABC Edmonton.

$5 for IABC members, $10 for non-members (plus Eventbrite fee).

When: February/ March

You spoke and we listened. Many of us are feeling burnt out from the constant “unprecedented weeks” which are giving us very little down time. For our book club, we’re going to suggest a book which may give you a boost or help you change your mindset a small bit to help us get through this. If there is enough interest, we will schedule a time for us to get together at the end of March to talk about the book but
you don’t have to!

This session’s book is “Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead” by Brené Brown. It may have parent in the title, but that isn’t necessary to get into it. It’s not a very long book and one that you can pick up and put down as you have the time or are in the “mood” to read.

Comment on our Daring Greatly post on the IABC Regina
Facebook or LinkedIn page by February 28 to be entered to
win your own copy!

When: 4-Mar-2021

In this hour-long webinar, participants will develop an introductory understanding of land and treaty acknowledgements in Canada. To form that understanding, Naheyawin will explore the origins of this kind of acknowledgement, the nature of national and local discourse surrounding the topic, their stance on the practice, and will discuss what the future of these acknowledgements might be in generations to come. All participants at any level of education and exposure to Indigenous ideas and history are welcome to join.

The workshop will run from 7 to 8 pm with networking to follow until 8:30 pm

Speakers: Jacquelyn Cardinal and Hunter Cardinal are co-founders of the tech company Naheyawin. This event is eligible for CMP / SCMP maintenance credits.


Presentation Downloads

Internal Communications Master Class
Steve & Cindy Crescenzo workshop held in Regina February 5. 2019

Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting: the what, why and how
Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting with Brenda Stasiuk and Celeste Geisbauer from FCC

Igniting a spark with Kellie Garrett
How leaders spark or destroy culture

Megan Wolfinger: Audience Personas Infographic
Information from October Lunch & Learn