Conferences & conventions, Business, Leadership, and Speech therapy
The article discusses the highlights of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's 2013 Health Care/Business Institute held in Orlando, Florida from April 27-28, 2013. Topics mentioned include discussion on adult neurogenic disorders, the need to prove the value of speech-language services in the wake of changes in health care policy in the U.S., and the importance of speech-language pathologists to provide services according to their specific skills and expertise.
Communication World. Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p7-7. 1/4p.
Letters to the editor, Periodicals, Business communication, Conferences & conventions, Business, and Business ethics
Presents several letters to the editor referencing articles published in previous issues of the journal "Communication World." Appraisal of the article 'Start the Conversation,' published in July 2004 issue of the journal; Description of the conference coverage 'Challenging Times: Communicators Stand Up for Business Ethics...,' published in July 2004 issue of the journal, discussing the controversies surfaced in business and Government.
Communication World. Aug/Sep2003, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p23. 2/3p.
Business communication, Conferences & conventions, Communication in management, and Business
Some of the most interesting conversations took place outside of the format sessions at this year's IABC international conference. The current economy and its future prospects seemed to be top-of-mind for just about everybody. The conference was in Toronto, Ontario, after all, one of the hot spots for severe acute respiratory syndrome. SARS was also the reason the conference was more lightly attended than usual, as communicators opted not to expose themselves to any risk. Communicators everywhere struggle to get management to understand the value of communication. Communicators expressed concern about a relatively new issue message overload. communicators are struggling to find a way to continue to use e-mail effectively.