SABEW, the leading association for business journalists, has assembled a top-notch workshop entirely focused on leadership coaching, live blogging tips, plus resume and clip reviews at The Wall Street Journal, located at 1211 Avenue of the Americas, 9th floor, in New York City. Learn how to look & sound smart on video and audio, and pitch tips to get booked. The day will conclude with a wine & cheese networking mixer hosted by The Wall Street Journal.

Space is limited. The #SkillUpSABEW workshop will be Friday, October 14, from 12:30 to 6 p.m. ET, and is open to all reporters, editors, and journalism students. Registration pricing is $74 for SABEW members and $99 for nonmembers; student member pricing is $29 and $49 for student nonmembers.

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Topics to include:

  • The Art & Science of Live Blogging:  facilitated by Traci Carl, deputy editor for live journalism at The New York Times and Charles Forelle, finance coverage chief at The Wall Street Journal
  • Raise Your Game and Get Booked – How to pitch your story and make a great impression when you go on-air: facilitated by Mary Duffy, vice president, strategic talent development; Sharon Epperson, senior personal finance correspondent; Kevin Flynn, executive producer, Closing Bell: Overtime; Lori Ann Larocco, senior editor of guests; AJ Vielma, line producer, The Exchange and reporter/producer, CNBC en Espanol
  • Business Basics:  facilitated by Bowdeya Tweh, deputy corporate bureau chief at The Wall Street Journal
  • Elevate Your leadership – Best practices for increasing performance and engagement:  facilitated by Cathy Carter, strategic leadership adviser at C2x Leadership
  • Concurrent Lightning Rounds: Small group one-on-one sessions with resume reviews, clip reviews and speed networking with hiring managers
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Special thank you to our Skill Up @ SABEW sponsor and venue host