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Joint Spring Workshop

April 24, 2013

"Strategic Communications: Technology, Generations, and Cultures"

 

Some organizations are experiencing reduced training opportunities; taking advantage of the excellent program presented at the Joint Spring Workshop (JSW) 2013 makes good sense. It is AFFORDABLE and LOCAL.  In addition to the a very interesting and thought provoking program, JSW offers the opportunity to meet information professionals from a variety of Federal Agencies, the various Law Libraries, the corporate and NGO libraries, the local Public Library community, those working in the health and medical fields, and Academic Libraries from

K-12 through University.....the list goes on.

 

SLIS and iSchool students... this is the place for you..... and with a special price.  This is especially worthwhile if you are doing Online Degree courses.  

 

Resolved: Enhance YOUR communication skills by finding at least two take-aways you can put to use right away (but we think you’ll find more than two!).

 

Come hear Jamie Gelbutch speak on communication and culture.  Founder and Principal Consultant, Jamie B. Gelbtuch, MBA, PMP Jamie has worked with clients from more than 50 companies, universities, and nonprofits including Novartis, Pepsi, Shell, IBM, AT&T, Pratt & Whitney, Diageo, UBS, Boehringer Ingelheim, CEMEX, Atlas Corps, The Counselors of Real Estate, Western Connecticut State University, and the Community Center of Northern Westchester. She is fluent in Spanish, French, and English, and has a working knowledge of Portuguese. Jamie has also lived abroad and traveled extensively throughout five continents. She has particular expertise working with Latin American cultures and French and Spanish speaking countries.

Jamie received her MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and her B.S. in business and languages from Georgetown University. She holds a Certificat Pratique de Franšais Commercial et Economique issued by the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry and is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).  

 

Jamie Gelbtuch’s interactive presentation will be fun and enlightening – come listen to a speaker major companies and universities worldwide hire to educate their executives.

 

To register and pay by credit card or PayPal, click http://dc.sla.org/events/?ee=220

Checks should be made payable to SLA/DC and mailed to:

Carla Evans

Proskauer Rose LLP

1001 Pennsylvania Ave, NW Suite 400 South

Washington, DC  20004

To bill the registration fee to your agency’s FEDLINK Education Training (FT) account, call Elinda Deans, 202-707-4848 or [log in to unmask].