Jarring Jargon: How Gobbledygook Garbles Key Messages (Presentation and On-Demand Webinar)
Join NYU Graduate PR Professor Bob Noltenmeier once again for a writing webinar on jargon that will maximize the implementation of your utilization of concise language to facilitate your key messaging. Calendar and prioritize this event Wed., Aug. 27, at 1 PM Eastern. Learn to love short words and 10 rules to write simply. Your readers will be glad you do.
About Our Speaker
Bob Noltenmeier has been a full-time clinical assistant professor in the New York University M.S. Degree Program, Public Relations and Corporate Communication, Department of Strategic Communication, Marketing and Media Management since January 2009. He joined the NYU adjunct faculty in 2004 as an instructor of public relations writing, strategic communication, Internet copywriting, employee communication, and corporate communication theory and practice. In June 2006, he was appointed adjunct professor in the NYU graduate public relations program, where he serves as a thesis adviser. He also has taught advanced business writing in the NYU SCPS Paul McGhee (Undergraduate) Division.
Outside of NYU, Bob has been a principal of Quadrant Communications Co., Inc., a Manhattan-based corporate communication and integrated marketing communication business-to-business consulting firm since 1985. Quadrant’s clients include: AT&T, Citigroup Private Bank, The Dana Foundation for Brain Research, The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, The Juilliard School, Morgan Stanley, Polo/Ralph Lauren Corporation and The Washington Post Companies, as well as leading nonprofits and foundations. Before joining Quadrant, Bob held corporate communication positions with ExxonMobil, Hoechst-Celanese and Unisys. During his corporate career, he was responsible for public relations, marketing, media relations, and investor, executive and employee communication. He also was a U.S. Air Force information officer at Strategic Air Command (SAC) headquarters and a liaison to the Secretary of the Air Force.
A member of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), the global corporate communication association with 16,000 members, Bob served three nonconsecutive terms as president of the New York chapter (NY/IABC). He has chaired the NY/IABC professional development, membership and awards committees; served on IABC regional boards; and judged IABC Gold Quill and PR Week Student of the Year entries. Bob has won several IABC awards for writing and publication excellence.
He holds a master’s degree in public relations from Boston University College of Communication.
Bob’s NYU contact information is:
Office phone: 212-992-3353
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