Lunchinars (Lunch & Learn)

It’s time for you to snap up another SuperPower! (45 minute SCN Lunchinar Jan. 29)

Join us on Monday, January 29. Crank up the volume on your audio skills (up to 11!) and better communicate with your parents and prospects while they’re walking the dog, doing the dishes, or driving to work. You guessed it! The topic for our free 45-minute Lunchinar is PODCASTING and you’ll want to hear how …

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Want to improve your district’s “two way” communications?

Join us on Friday, November 17. Connecting effectively with various school audiences is every school communicator’s challenge. Find out some new ways to tackle it. Doug Baker is the Public Information Officer for Dublin City Schools in Ohio. He’s a dynamic in-the-trenches school communicator and he’s initiated several exciting strategies in his district directly related …

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Our January Lunchinar promises to be a winner! – SCN Encourager

We hope you can join us Thursday, January 26. We’re serving up the best topic of all time – YOU! No fake. You work hard and perform communications magic in the service of your schools, right? So isn’t it about time to take a 45 minute break so you can snag some tips on how to dial up your own online …

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Looking for a worthwhile post-election day event? Sign up for our SCN Lunchinar! – SCN Encourager

We hope you can join us Wednesday, November 9. Get ready to make visual magic both online and offline! Don Taylor will show you several tools and “hacks” worthy of a place in every school communicator’s toolbox. Don is the communications specialist in Worthington Schools in Columbus, Ohio. He wasn’t always a member of our school PR tribe. In …

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Listen up. Look out. And the confliction contained in Sad Fact #3 – SCN Encourager

Okay, I’ll say it. But very quietly. So Cindy and our daughters won’t hear. But I’m convinced attentive listening is over-rated. Yeah, I know every leadership and communications guru out there advises “listen to your stakeholders”… “listen to your parents”… and “listen to your heart.” And while all of this is well and good, it sets a real-world …

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