Lee Hornick has been producing corporate communication, corporate image, and branding conferences and workshops for leading business research organizations in United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia since 1989. He has covered issues and topics that include: employee communication, technology, issues management, strategic communication planning, communicating employee benefits, financial relations, reputation management, marketing communication, audits and measurement, and crisis management. Concurrently, he is the founder and president of Business Communications Worldwide, Inc, a firm he started in 1988 that consults with Fortune 500 companies on in-house training for senior executives and mid level managers.
Lee has served as president of the New York chapter of IABC, district director of IABC US District 1, served as a trustee of the IABC Research Foundation, and served on the IABC international executive board. He is the conference chairman for the 2014 IABC World Conference in Toronto.
He has received numerous awards and recognition for communication excellence which include the IABC Chairman’s Award and the IABC Research Foundation Lifetime Friends Award.
Lee currently serves on the executive board of the New York American Marketing Association and develops monthly marketing events. Over the years, he has been published in various business journals and magazines. He is a graduate of City College of New York and received his business degree from New York University.
- Company:Advanced Learning Institute
- Job Title:Program Director, Conference Chair
- May 6, 2014, 8:45 amCorporate Brand Management, Communications & Social Media
- May 7, 2014, 8:30 am
Interactive Panel Discussion: Rethinking the Corporate and Brand Experience: Achieving Business Success Throughout the Organization — IBM, SP+, Deloitte Consulting, Gagen MacDonaldCorporate Brand Management, Communications & Social Media