USC Annenberg School For Communication and Journalism

World Bank-Annenberg Summer Institute
June 4June 15, 2018
Reform Communication: Leadership, Strategy and Stakeholder Alignment

Description

The World Bank Annenberg Summer Institute is designed for leaders, strategists and advisors who want to strengthen the critical communication skills required to support change agents and reform initiatives in developing countries.

During the 10-day program, participants will learn the most recent advances in strategic communication and best practices for reform. The program encourages participants to collaborate with peers to solve complex problems, examine real-world case studies and learn from leading experts in the field of communication and reform.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Session Information

June 4June 15, 2018

 

Summer Institute Registration

Early Program Fee until February 23, 2018 Early Program Fee until April 27, 2018 Program Fee after April 27, 2018
Corporate Rates $6,625 $7,000 $7,750
Government/Non-Profit Rates $4,500 $4,750 $5,500

 

Application Link: https://www.regonline.com/wbasiapplication2018    

Program fee includes tuition, course materials, site visits, and breakfast and lunch each program day.

 

For more information, contact:

Shellee Smith

Annenberg Executive Education 

Shellee.smith@usc.edu

 

Umou S. Albazzaz

World Bank Communications for Global Practices

ualbazzaz@worldbankgroup.org

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Testimonials

“The idea of having a program that focuses on the business of governance and then embedding communications as being central to the process of delivering reforms appealed to me greatly.”
Tunji Lardner
West African NGO Network
“I absolutely would recommend this program to any communications person in the business… in the public sector … in private sector, or in an international organization like mine.”
Tunya Celasin
World Bank/Turkey
“Communication is key to almost everything we do and this is a course that will make you a powerful communicator in almost all contexts.”
Louise Agersnap
World Health Organization
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