Let's face it, it's not always easy to make time for professional development. As communications professionals, we always seem to be doing more with less, trying to get the work done with fewer and fewer resources. Independent consultants aren't immune either - clients expect a lot, for the lowest possible budget. Our personal lives are jam-packed as well, leaving little time for "extra" work-related activities. Yes, professional development often seems expendable.
Before the doom and gloom gets too thick, I'm pleased to share that MHSCN is offering an opportunity to get a lot of bang for your professional development buck.
Our spring conference on April 27 offers not only an excellent, diverse program that will keep you on top of your game, it also features our annual awards ceremony, which is always a good way to see what the "best of the best" are doing and figure out what you can learn from them. It's also a great way to catch up with your peers, meet potential new clients and vendors, and maybe even get precious "team time" with your coworkers if you can get away together.
Membership + Conference = Great Value
In addition, this year we're offering a conference plus membership special that enables you to not only get the discounted MHSCN member conference rate, it also gives you a discount on your membership dues.
- Go to Membership.
- Select the "MHSCN Member" level on the membership form, and fill in the application.
- In the discount code field, enter MHSCN2017. When you hit "next" you'll see that the 20% discount has been applied to the membership fee.
- Once your membership has been activated, you can sign up for spring conference and save with the members-only rate.
So whether you're overdue for renewal, or have never been a member, it's a great time to take advantage of this package deal that will give an extra boost to your professional development as you take advantage of members-only programming and discounted events for an entire year!
Act now to take advantage of this rare opportunity to make the math work in your favor! I look forward to seeing you in Minneapolis on Thursday, April 27.