Friday - April 26, 2019
Join communication professionals for an interactive, relevant, and fun one-day workshop focused on collaboration, innovation and leveraging technology and geared to ensure participants leave with concrete, cutting edge techniques to implement immediately and a list of networking contacts ready to collaborate the next time you need assistance.
REGISTRATION FEES (Conference Registration)
CONFERENCE LOCATIONDecatur Recreation Center231 Sycamore StreetDecatur GA 30030
- 3CMA Member: $100
- Non-Member: $130
- New Member Bonus: $400 (Includes Conference Registration and One-Year 3CMA Membership)
8:45 - 9:00 am - Registration & Coffee9:00 – 9:15 am - Welcome, Conference Overview & Introduction9:15 - 10:45 am - Super-Sized Collaboration Atlanta’s 2019 Super Bowl provides the backdrop for a Super Session game panel of successful collaborations among a wide range of agencies to provide best practices on how to forge relationships not just in emergencies and lessons learned when multiple cities, counties, and agencies pull together behind a single purpose.
10:45 - 11:00 am - Networking Break
11:00 - 12:00 pm - Who's Missing?
A focus on expanding community engagement and reaching those who are missing from the table provides the backdrop for this interactive brainstorming session designed to spark creative energy and innovative ideas as we seek to provide a welcoming experience for all, especially as we prepare for the upcoming census.
12:00 - 1:30 pm - How to Survive Crisis Island: A "Civic" Discussion about Technology, Communications and Survival
here are more than 50 social media tools
to help communicators deliver important messaging during crisis situations. But what if you could only choose one? Based on the famed “Civic Dinner
” platform, this interactive lunch session will spark exciting conversation about the best social media platform to leverage during a crisis.
1:30 - 2:45 pm - Navigating Rocky Relationships: How to Position the Communications Department as a Vital Resource
Are you struggling to build trust and support for communications efforts from elected officials and the senior management team? This two-part panel presentation will feature insights from public information officers and city administrators on how to position the communications department as a vital and credible source. The session will include tips on how to align communications actions around the mission, values and strategy of the organization while developing important relationships and earning a seat at the table.
2:45 - 3:00 pm - Networking Break
3:00 - 4:15 pm - Navigating Rocky Relationships - Part 2
Interactive, facilitated conversation based on insights and ideas gleaned from the panel discussion. Be prepared to share “Help please” questions or “Best Practices” ideas.
4:15 pm - Closing Comments & Wrap Up
Registration and Conference Details - 3CMA.ORG/Decatur