Coffee and Collaboration
Coffee & Collaboration
Sponsored by Novel Designs
You probably have a lot on your plate. If we’re being honest, you probably have TOO MUCH on your plate. You know you need to move some things, but which ones – and how? In this webinar, Marlene walks through the the challenges that often get in the way of delegation and a framework to help you move quickly to a manageable workload. Join us for the May edition of #LPCcoffee!
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Watch past Coffee & Collaboration webinars
Livestock photographers Linde Sutherly of Linde’s Livestock Photos, New Carlisle, Ohio; Megan Blankenship of Next Level Images, West Burlington, New York; and Pearl Walthall of Pearl’s Pics Photography, Windsor, Missouri, discuss how to get the best photos on the farm and at a livestock show.
LPC members Maggie Malson and Chel Terrell who have mastered working from home share their tips and tricks to be successful when working out of the office.
Get the skinny on brand new categories, rule changes and insider tips on how to select the perfect projects for award-winning submissions. Executive Director Lindsay Graber Runft and LPC Board Member Nicole Erceg cover everything you need to know on exciting changes to the LPC Awards Contest and how to make additions to your trophy case. Don’t wait until the contest deadline to prepare, watch this Coffee & Collaboration to make your award submission process a breeze.
Under constant pressure to do more with less? This edition of #LPCcoffee featured Jed Willard, Project Manager at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), who shared insight from the project management world, tools, and techniques to maximize your daily productivity.
Brandi Buzzard Frobose, Red Angus Association of America Director of Communications, shared her story on how she stands up for agriculture and give us tips on how we can reach beyond our subscribers.
Portia Stewart, Farm Journal’s Content Strategy Director for Producer Media, shares 10 tips to take scary good video on the fly, including recommended equipment and editing strategies.
Tips from this year’s James Flanagan and General Excellence Award Winners, Shauna Hermel and Julie Mais from Angus Media, who shared their experiences redesigning the Angus Beef Bulletin and Angus Journal.
Lance Zimmerman, CattleFax Manager – Research, Analysis and Data, shares tips and tricks on how to efficiently and effectively explain market data to your readers.
Farm Journal’s Mike Opperman & Leah Mindemann share insight on how sales people and editors can work together without sacrificing editorial or brand integrity.
Charleston|Orwig’s Lyle Orwig & Marcy Tessmann share why the livestock industry needs to develop a sustainability platform to remain viable in today’s world.
Dr. Lauri M. Baker is an associate professor in agricultural communications at Kansas State University and is co-creator of the Center for Rural Enterprise Engagement, shares tips and tricks on measuring social media statistics and success.
Kathy LaScala, Angus Media Corporate Sales Manager, and Mike Chumley, Mid-Continent Livestock Supplements General Manager, share tips for achieving sale success.
Writing. Editing. Speaking. Managing. Monitoring. Developing. The daily grind of an ag communicator is never the same. Find out what Scarlett Hagins and Carey Brown have to say about the myriad of media platforms available today and how they balance and prioritize it all.
Lindsay Graber Runft and Katie Allen discuss the tangible and intangible benefits of using social media, primarily Facebook, to communicate news and marketing information to specified audiences.
What role can media play in the successful mitigation of a crisis? Find out what our experts Cindy Cunningham, National Pork Board, and Daren Williams, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, have to say from their experiences in the trenches of an ag crisis.
Discover how to write great cutlines and headlines under tight deadlines. You’ll get two perspectives for the price of one (or FREE in this case), as we have an editor and a freelancer giving their take on the subject.
Want to take your social media efforts to the next level? Looking for new ideas and approaches to your social media plans? Learn new tips and tricks from Jeff Hoffelt, Filament Marketing; Robin Kleine, Focus Marketing Group; and Jodi Oleen, Kansas Pork Association.
Brad Alig of Filament Marketing; Gail Lombardino of Homestead Graphics; and Art Vasquez of the American Paint Horse Association team up to discuss inspiration ideas for graphic designers.
Nomenclature, scientific terms, etc., are all colliding today in how we talk to different audiences and it starts to get confusing to those of us doing the communicating and even those who are judging what we are doing. Find out what Mike King, National Pork Board, and Pam Smith, DTN/Progressive Farmer have to say!
No one ever said livestock photography was easy. Oh, but the joy of capturing that perfect shot! Join us as Katina Costerisan, Brad Hook, and Heidi Anderson share their award-winning photography tips. Learn how they compensate for action, exposure, weather, and more.