Our webinar series provides instructional content to boost individual and team effectiveness. From the comfort of your desktop, IHAF members can register for an unlimited number of webinars throughout the year, at no cost. Members also have access to our library of recorded sessions, so you can revisit your favorites all over again.
Take an hour and walk away with practical advice on everything from trends in digital and social to programmatic media to writing better briefs. We encourage members to view our webinars as a team and take time after the session to talk about how to apply what you learned.
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Thursday, November, 19, 2020 | 1:00 pm EST | Members: Free | Non-Members: $50.00
If your creative team is still taking orders from internal business stakeholders, your company is missing out on an invaluable resource capable of innovative thinking that can successfully drive new customer acquisition, increase loyalty and enable topline growth. The process of shifting from order taker to growth enabler takes time. In this webinar, we’ll hear how the team at Big Lots! made it happen—building trust and respect between business partners and the in-house agency while igniting creative thinking for bigger, better brand solutions.
Thursday, December, 10, 2020 | 1:00 pm EST | Members: Free | Non-Members: $50.00
Great creative takes great ideas, but it also takes something that’s much harder to make…time. Expedited timelines, unrealistic deadlines, and sometimes-impractical expectations of what’s possible are all too common in our fast-paced “have to have it now” world. With no sign of a slowdown, how do you make time? In this relatable webinar, Walmart Films’ head of production, J.D. Schupp, will talk about the good, the bad and the serendipitous when it comes to producing big ideas with a small team under the unrelenting pressures of time. Best of all, we’ll hear how the crew at Walmart Films maintain their motivation (and the smiles on their faces) at the end of the day.