Welcome to episode 226 of the IABC International Podcast. On this episode Jennifer Whyte explains why it was important to create a collective ownership in with their supporters. Find out more about https://oceana.ca/en
Deborah Abrams Kaplan has written an article titled How to Spread the Word About Your Organization’s Family-Friendly Policies which you will find on the IABC content centre in the latest section. There are specific tips on communicating new family-friendly policies for your organization.
From me personally, I would like to say a big thank you to each of our chapter leaders for keeping quality programming going for the benefit of our members. Many chapters have gone above and beyond to ensure that their members are supported in these challenging times, whether that is through recruitment help and advocacy of our industry, or bringing people together - having check-ins and regular online programming. I even heard that some care packages were mailed out.
Our local leadership knows that silence and no local programming contributes to people feeling isolated and unsupported. If there is one thing that our association knows, it is how to bring people together...so let's keep doing this.
Year on year, our members say that local programming is one of the key reasons that they renew annually. Thank you to every chapter board for making sure that there isn't a void for our members to be lost within.
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