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I'm getting my Masters in Communications & Leadership through Gonzaga University. ...

I'm getting my Masters in Communications & Leadership through Gonzaga University.

In my current course on Communication Training & Consulting, we were tasked with writing a paper on any aspect of training that we chose. I feel the education that occurs at conferences/conventions/seminars/meetings is extremely valuable. I explored that in my paper, which I was then tasked with putting into a presentation.

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  • 1. Tools of the Trade Training Megan C. Powers Gonzaga University 511 – Communication Consulting & Training
  • 2. Line-up  Importance of trade / professional associations  Seminar-Learning  Case Studies
  • 3. Importance of Trade / Professional Associations
  • 4. Trade / Professional Associations  Peer-Learning  Continuing Education  Networking Opportunities  Safe-Haven if Seeking Help
  • 5. Seminar-Learning
  • 6. Peer Consultation & Teaching  Peer Consultation  In formal settings  On breaks  Before and after the seminar-learning  Peer Teaching/Training  As the trainer  Via communication channels
  • 7. Learning Beyond the “Sessions”  Networking Novice to Pro  Get uncomfortable  Keep the conversations going  Make professional connections  Make friends  Return on Relationships (ROR)  It’s about giving  It happens at unexpected times
  • 8. Case Studies
  • 9. Seaport Village Marketing Director  Social Media Club San Diego  Social Marketing a tourist destination  The trainer becomes the trained
  • 10. Elizabeth Glau Professional Conference Speaker  “Attendee Engagement Strategist”  Before, during, and after event learning  Peer learning & teaching  Interactive instruction
  • 11. Wrap-up
  • 12. In Review  Seminar-learners need relevance & authenticity  Learning is social in nature and happens best in an interactive, trusting environment  Conference, convention, seminar, & meeting environment training works
  • 13. References  Capizzi, Megan. (2013, September). A Talk on Social Media Marketing - The Social Hour at Seaport Village. Presented at a meeting of the Social Media Club of San Diego, San Diego, CA.  Glau, Elizabeth. Personal interview. 27, Sept. 2013.  Silberman, M. L. (2006). Active training: a handbook of techniques designs, case examples, and tips. San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer.  Spaulding, Tommy. It’s Not Just Who You Know. (New York: Broadway Books, 2010).