January 6, 6:00 PM – Saturday, January 10, 2015, 11:00 AM
CCI at Baruch College/CUNY • New York, NY
Since 2001, CCI annually offers the Corporate Communication Leaders Forum, an intensive professional and academic experience in the current theory and practice of corporate communication. It combines presentations, case studies, site visits, and interaction with leading professionals and scholars. Join us for a unique opportunity to experience the best thinking in the current theory and practice of corporate communication.
The Forum explores the following topics through a leadership lens:
|The leadership role in corporate communication
Corporate communication management
The current context for corporate communication practice
Corporate communication practices and trends
Corporate communication in a global environment
Internal communication and employee engagement
Corporate communication and corporate crisis
Strategic uses of corporate communication research
Corporate communication and technologies
Ethics and corporate communication practice
Corporate communication and the changing media environment
Investor relations & the capital markets
Corporate communication & corporate reputation
The Forum is intended for corporate communication practitioners who have moved beyond functional responsibilities into greater leadership roles. Corporate communication executives from business, agencies, government, and nonprofit organizations are invited to nominate their upcoming communication leaders for this career opportunity. Practicing professionals, who desire a unique contribution to their professional development, are also encouraged to attend. We welcome English speaking communicators from around the globe. Enrollment is limited. In 2015, Forum participants will be joined by practicing professionals pursuing the Master in Mass Communication at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), a CCI Academic Partner.
Sessions are conducted at CCI – Corporate Communication International at Baruch College/CUNY located at 55 Lexington Avenue (at 25th) and at area corporate headquarters, including The New York Stock Exchange, The New York Times Company and Pfizer Inc. CCI has arranged accommodations at the Park South Hotel, three blocks from Baruch, in Manhattan’s Murray Hill section on 28th Street between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION (By 12/19/2014) CCI Member: $2,250 Non-Member: $2,750 REGULAR REGISTRATION (After 12/19/2014) CCI Member: $2,500 Non-Member: $2,950 FEES DO NOT INCLUDE HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS. CCI will arrange for a block of rooms for the Forum at the Park South Hotel located at 124 East 28th Street, three blocks from Baruch College/CUNY. To register for the Forum and make your hotel reservations, click here.
2015 Leaders Forum Academic Partner
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
CCI’s Corporate Communication Leaders Forum gives unparalleled access to some of the most experienced & trusted communications professionals in the field who are united in their absolute dedication to their roles & profession. You will leave this Forum not only with a sharper skill set but inspired to be the best you can be.
I highly recommend this program to anyone in communication who is looking to broaden their horizons in all aspects of communication strategy and execution.
It was a true revelation that corporations and government organizations face and tackle very similar challenges in communication.
This Forum was an excellent opportunity to learn about the latest trends and best practice in corporate communication.
The Leaders Forum is a well-executed and insightful platform where communication practitioners from all over the world can gather, network, and share best practices. Well done!
Wonderfully organized, culturally-diversed, high-level leadership building corporate communications course.
Provided a needed jolt to start thinking and behaving more strategically as a leader and counselor.
Excellent – challenging learning … took us places we could not go by ourselves. Enjoyed the real-time examples from leading practitioners.
Excellent, excellent, excellent!
It was amazing to have access to the top leaders in our industry. Site visits added fantastic value to the program.
This forum brings together theory and practice in a useful, motivating way. Thank you for an incredible experience!