TORONTO, Oct. 6, 2017 /CNW/ - Canadian professional communicators were recognized this month for outstanding work in communication management and skills with receipt of a Silver Leaf Award from the Canada West and East Regions of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
The esteemed Silver Leaf Awards recognize a strategic approach to communications programs conducted by professional communicators in more than forty categories, including brand communications, internal communications, writing, and issues management. Of the more than 158 entries submitted in 2017, 66 entrants were honoured with a Silver Leaf Award ? 60 received an Award of Excellence and 6 an Award of Merit.
"Organizations across Canada benefit from the world-class communications programs delivered by these winners," says Catherine Ducharme, Chair, IABC Canada West Region. "It is with great pride that we celebrate the Silver Leaf Award winners who have demonstrated the highest standards of communications excellence."
"The professional communicators recognized this year demonstrated exceptional skills in planning and delivering strategic communication programs," says Tim Tuck, ABC, Chair, IABC Canada East Region. "The caliber of entries continues to exemplify the talent we have across Canada in professional communications. Congratulations to each Silver Leaf Award winner on achieving this prestigious award."
The complete winners list is available on the IABC Canada website: https://iabccanada.ca/en/silver-leaf-awards/
The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) recognizes excellence in organizational communications at the international, national and chapter levels. Canada's national Silver Leaf Awards program is managed jointly by the Canada East and Canada West Regions. Canadian members represent approximately 40 per cent of IABC's global membership.
The Silver Leaf Award program is sponsored by Image Studio Branding + Design. Our thanks to Cision for sponsoring distribution of this announcement.
SOURCE International Association of Business Communicators