Webinar – what PR metric should I measure? 25th November 2020, 12.30 GMT

As part of the AMEC* Measurement Month,  join Glenn O’Neil, co-founder of GCN for a webinar:

 Ask the Expert: What PR metrics should I measure?

Summary: Join members of the AMEC European chapter for a interactive Q&A discussion on the metrics that really matter. Ask our panel of Europe’s leading experts anything you like about metrics. From how they choose what to measure to the pros and cons of different metrics and what makes a good report.

Speakers:

Dr. Glenn O’Neil, Founder, Owl RE
Dr. Maya Koleva, Head of Research and Insight, Commetric
Dr. Martin Löser, Managing Director Insights, Kantar Media

Date: 25th November 2020, 12.30pm GMT

Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/4416028451632/WN_LvsxNzJoS7-dHssPdZu8gw

*AMEC: International association for the measurement and evaluation of communication

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online event – Why We Need Journalists, Thursday, November 12th 2020, 18h30-1930

Seminar: Why We Need Journalists

Webster University in Geneva is hosting an event for all interested persons and communicators.

How have cybertechnologies changed journalism?

Date: Thursday, November 12th 2020
Time: 18h30 – 19h30
Online Event: Click HERE to join us (Zoom Link)

While this is a free event we kindly ask that you register HERE

During this pandemic, access to accurate, trusted information can literally mean life or death.

Increasingly confined to our homes, we need journalists more than ever to bring us the news, and yet they face increasing challenges: from restrictions to their movements and threats to security to accusations of “fake news”.

Corinne Perkins, Reuters Pictures’ North American Editor and Gaetan Vannay, journalist, security expert and strong believer in “boots on the ground” reporting talk to us about the state of journalism and photojournalism today: the challenges faced and why we need journalists more than ever.

The event organised by the Media & Photography Department, Webster University Geneva, will honour the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.

Moderator
Dr Sarah Grosso, Lead Professor, MA in Communications Management, Webster University Geneva

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online roundtable: Managing knowledge in multilateral organizations; Wednesday 04 November 2020: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Join GCN co-founder Glenn O’Neil for this interesting online discussion hosted by the Swiss Knowledge Management Forum:

How do global multilateral organizations manage knowledge? 

In this roundtable we will explore the challenges and possible solutions for managing knowledge across multiple partners, stakeholders and countries for the benefit of all.

Wednesday | 04.11.2020 | 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Registration not required; join us directly on Zoom>>

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Webinar: Impact of Covid-19 on the Digital Media Culture

 

Webster University Geneva presents:

Impact of Covid-19 on the Digital Media Culture”, by Glenn O’Neil and GCN co-founder:

Covid-19 has changed the landscape and culture of digital media: how we receive information, what grabs our attention, who is influencing us and what we trust. The workshop will provide insights as to the implications of these changes for the workplace, business and individuals

Date: Wednesday, July 8th 2020

Time: 18:30 – 19:30

While this is a free event, we kindly ask that you register HERE

Link to Join the Webinarwww.webster.ch/live 

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Event: Networking for Success; 18h30-19h30 – Thursday, 27 February

Date: Thursday, February 27th 2020

Time: 18:30 – 19:30, followed by a networking cocktail

Place: Webster University Geneva, LLC Commons Room

Networking is key to professional success. It enables us to find potential clients and opportunities and to share knowledge and experience.

This event, organised in collaboration with OWIT Lake Geneva (Organisation of Women in International Trade in Switzerland) and The Geneva Communicators Network, provides practical tips on how to build and maintain a strong professional network.

At this seminar, Melitta Campbell, Business & Communication Mentor, will share her advice on how you can develop the “powerful habit” of networking. Hulya Kurt, President of OWIT Lake Geneva, will demonstrate how you can make a Network Wheel mapping your connections to identify your network’s relative strengths and weaknesses.

You can then participate in an interactive networking game animated by the Geneva Communicators’ Network.

The event is free of charge; further information and registration>>

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Event: Advocacy – opportunities and limits in a multilateral system; 6 February 2020

06 February 2020, 17:30 – 19:00 at the Graduate Institute

The lack of concrete results of recent multilateral actions raises questions about the effectiveness of advocacy and public initiatives.

At the same time, an effective action at the international level is crucial to address the rising interconnected challenges our times are witnessing. Can advocacy be a solution to foster action by governments and international actors? What are the limits?

During this conference, you will understand how advocacy can help advance a cause at the international level, and you will think critically about its limits.

Join us to tackle those points and analyse the role of advocacy in two recent examples: COP 25 and the draft European Union bill on multinational companies’ tax transparency.

Further information and registration>>

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Event: Integrating communications in evaluation – 11h00 – 30 January 2020 ILO, Geneva

For those communicators interested in evaluation… the Evaluation Office of the International Labour Organization invites you to a presentation by Glenn O’Neil (co-founder of GCN).  The topic of Dr O’Neil’s presentation will be Integrating communications in evaluation. Communications is an important aspect of evaluation; it has been said that without communications, evaluation would not be possible.

Evaluation commissioners and evaluators are already communicating – but is communications being used optimally to support the evaluation process? In this presentation, Dr O’Neil will challenge the assumptions of how communications “works” for evaluations and propose solutions based on his experience as both a communicator and evaluator, backed up by communication practice and theory.

Dr O’Neil is founder of Owl RE, evaluation and research consultancy, Geneva. Since 15 years, he has led over 100 evaluations and reviews for some 40 organizations, including UN agencies, NGOs, foundations and governments. Dr O’Neil was previously a professional communicator in the non-profit sector and has produced his own guide on Integrating Communications in the Evaluation Process (pdf).

The event will take place from 11:00-12:00 on Thursday 30 January in the ILO Library on R2 (main floor). After the presentation, there will be a networking lunch (at your own expense) in the ILO cafeteria.

No need to register – please come to the ILO reception at 10:50 and ask for Craig Russon of the ILO Evaluation Office.

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Young Activists Summit 2019 Geneva

The Young Activists Summit will be held on 10 December 2019, Human Rights Day, in the highly symbolic Human Rights and Alliance of Civilizations Room at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.

Organized by the United Nations Office at Geneva, Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS) and dev.tv, this event will bring together six young female activists whose inspiring backgrounds and achievements should be shared.

youth session an award ceremony and a comprehensive media plan will highlight the role of women and girls as key drivers of progress.

Free entry for young people: 15-25 years; more information>>

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Spotlight Seminar: The Gig Economy & 360-Degree Negotiation – Geneva – 13th November 2019, 18:30 – 19:30

Spotlight Seminar: The Gig Economy & 360-Degree Negotiation
LLC Commons Room, Webster University Geneva
13th November 2019, 18:30 – 19:30
followed by a networking apéro

Negotiating for Success

To celebrate the first year of Webster University Geneva’s MA in Communications Management, this Spotlight Seminar combines two expert presentations that explain how to boost your negotiation skills in a professional setting:

The gig economy: new forms of workforce negotiation
Prof. Frode Hvaring

360- Degree Negotiation
Prof. Kasia Jagodzinska

Full details of the event can be found here (pdf).

This is a free event, but please register here>>

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Research Forum 2019

The annual Research Forum is the flagship research-outreach event of EU Business School.

The foci of the Forum are to discuss global issues, generate new ideas, and explore the potential for holistic solutions by connecting different players:

TRUST IN INSTITUTIONAL INTERACTIONS:
BRIDGING THE GAP: PARTNERSHIPS, RESOURCES AND INNOVATION
Wednesday, October 16th 2019

FER, rue de Saint-Jean 98, 1201 Geneva

Free entry;  further details and register here:

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