June 19th | 12:00pm ET | Virtual

Boards and CEOs continue to value data more and more. Many business functions have followed a similar path and have grown more sophisticated in their data use.

However, the communications function has sometimes lagged in this regard, which has, in some cases, cost the function a seat at the decision-making table. In an industry which has historically valued art over science, it is a relatively new challenge that is worth exploring.

This one-hour virtual roundtable session will do so.

We welcome CCOs, VPs, and Directors of Communications to request an invitation to join this roundtable discussion.

You should receive an email to confirm your request. Upon qualification, you will receive a follow up email from a member of our team confirming your participation.

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June 26th | 12:00pm ET | Virtual

Since its mainstream advent in November of 2022, generative automated intelligence has been a hot button topic of discussion. Will it take jobs? Will it conquer the world? Which will come first? When will it happen?

Despite the uncertainty, a recent Microsoft report stated that as many as 75% of knowledge workers are using these tools, and 46% of those have adopted them in the last six months. Furthermore, 79% of “leaders” believe that knowledge of these tools will be essential to remain competitive.

Most of us can agree that AI has, and will increasingly have, an enormous impact on human productivity. But how specifically will it come to shape the communications profession?

This one-hour virtual roundtable session will explore this question in depth.

We welcome CCOs, VPs, and Directors of Communications to request an invitation to join this roundtable discussion.

You should receive an email to confirm your request. Upon qualification, you will receive a follow up email from a member of our team confirming your participation.

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June 26th | 6:00pm PT | Seattle

The communications landscape is always shifting – are you staying on top of emerging trends? 

On June 26th, Seattle-based communications heads are gathering to discuss current and nascent trends in:

  • Reputation management
  • Crisis control
  • Data & analytics
  • and more!

This is an executive peer-driven roundtable for 8-10 Senior Communications Leaders. Jeffersonian-style dinners work best when everyone participates, so we encourage active engagement from our attendees. There will be no presentation as part of this event.

Who should apply? Chief Communications Officers or equivalent function

You should receive an email to confirm your request. Upon qualification, you will receive a follow up email from a member of our team confirming your participation.

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July 23rd | 6:00pm CT | Houston

The communications landscape is always shifting – are you staying on top of emerging trends? 

On July 23rd, Houston-based communications are gathering to discuss current and nascent trends in:

  • Reputation management
  • Crisis control
  • Data & analytics
  • and more!

This is an executive peer-driven roundtable for 8-10 Senior Communications Leaders. Jeffersonian-style dinners work best when everyone participates, so we encourage active engagement from our attendees. There will be no presentation as part of this event.

Who should apply? Chief Communications Officers or equivalent function

You should receive an email to confirm your request. Upon qualification, you will receive a follow up email from a member of our team confirming your participation.

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