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Knowledge Centre adds more performance and measurement resources.

IABC's new collection of communication templates now offers several measurement titles. Among them are John William's "Do Your Homework," which lays out the principal steps involved in conducting a research project, and Diane Gayeski's "How to Conduct an Information Systems Analysis." These low cost (and in some cases, no-cost) communication templates address a variety of measurement issues.

The Knowledge Centre has also announced its next major release, "Win Leadership Support and Improve Performance: The Communicator's Reinvention Toolkit," by Roger D'Aprix, ABC. The toolkit tackles the communicator's need to fulfill both a strategic and a tactical role in the business, which often means reinventing the communicator's role.

Like the popular "Face-to Face Communication Toolkit: Creating an Engaged Workforce," the latest toolkit provides all the materials needed to reinvent the communicator's role, including an organizational assessment, two PowerPoint presentations, a training and development module, a questionnaire, a Leader's Guide, a six step Strategic Planning Guide and a CD-ROM containing reproducible materials. More information is available at www.iabc.com/knowledge.
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Title Annotation:iabc update; International Association of Business Communicators
Publication:Communication World
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Date:Jan 1, 2005
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