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Creating an AR Measurement Program: Make it Practical and Powerful – A SageCircle Webinar

AR Metrics & MeasurementAnalyst relations teams need to gather metrics data to manage their program, show their strategic value, and maintain executive support.  A measurement program must be simple, yet meaningful if it is to succeed.  Determining what and how to collect the data in ways that do not impact the team’s limited time can be a challenge.  This SageCircle Webinar will provide you with succinct and actionable information that will help create the plans for a realistic and effective measurement program. 

In this SageCircle Webinar, our strategists will provide a framework for building a measurement plan. Participants will come out of the webinar with best practices and tools that will help them collect and report without adding significantly to AR’s workload.

Key Issues to be addressed in this webinar include:

  • What are typical objectives of a metrics program?
  • How extensive should a measurement program plan be to remain useful, but not too much work?
  • What are the needed administrative foundation elements?
  • How does a team set standards for data collection?

Who Should Attend:

  • Analyst relations professionals and managers
  • Public relations professionals and managers

Agenda:

  • Context: Measurement & Reporting Overview
  • Sources of data
  • Planning
    • Steps
    • Outline
  • Administration
    • Policies
    • Data definitions and standards
    • Process
    • Quality assurance
  • Human Capital
    • Team skills
    • Third-party services

There will be plenty of time for your observations and questions.

The cost of this information-packed session is only $95. You can register by clicking here or visiting http://www.SageCircle.com.  In addition, the cost is per login not per person. Feel free to schedule a meeting with your colleagues in a conference room and have all of them participate via a single ticket. Then afterwards you can discuss how to apply what you learned during the webinar.

We are scheduling two sessions to make it easy for you to fit the webinar into your busy schedule. The sessions will be held:

     October 19 at 10 AM Pacific

     October 26 at 11 AM Pacific

Certificate of Completion for AR Measurement

SageCircle’s Certificate of Completion is a feature of our training programs where we send a signed, hardcopy “Certificate of Completion” to AR professionals who have completed a series of training sessions on a particular topic. A “Certificate of Completion” will be a useful item to add to your resume as it shows you have invested in upgrading your AR skills and your commitment to the AR profession.

This webinar is one of the five sessions that fulfills the requirements for the Certificate for AR Measurement. Click on the links to see the descriptions, key issues and agenda for each webinar.

  1. Creating an AR Measurement Program
  2. Performance Metrics
  3. Operational Metrics
  4. Social Media Metrics
  5. Auditing the Spoken Word

If you have any questions about the webinar or wish to arrange a private session for your company, please call SageCircle at 503-636-1500 or send an email to “info [at] sagecircle.com”

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