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The Art of Conflict and Crisis [National Conference 2018 Session Recap]

Session: The Art of Conflict and Crisis Presenter: Dr. Raquel Perez, Aileen Izquierdo, Heather Radi-Bermudez, Florida International University Recap: The Art Of Conflict and Crisis, while a necessity for public relations professionals, is not discussed as much as it should be. The three PR practitioners from Florida International University began their session by asking their audience […]

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Crisis Communications from the Inside-Out: Top Five Tips to Begin Your Crisis Management Career

By virtue of the job, public relations professionals are familiar with high-stress environments and, generally speaking, comfortable with think-on-your-feet situations. Crisis and conflict exist for every company, organization or entity; no one is immune to it. Whether a disaster impacts your company or an organizational issue disrupts your workplace’s ability to function as it should, […]

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How Effective Storytelling can Drive Business Results for Clients [National Assembly Session Recap]

Session: Special Session Presenter: Jenny Moede, Oregon Storyboard Executive Director Recap: Jenny Moede explained the importance of storytelling in being successful in public relations. To figure out how to effectively get business results for your client, the first step is to conduct research to better understand your client’s target customers, she said. Now make your […]

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Handling Conflict: Recognize it, Confront it, Resolve it [National Assembly Session Recap]

Session: Risk Management: Navigating Difficult Conversations Presenters: Don Egle, APR, ABC, PRSSA National Professional Adviser, Senior Director of Communications & Spokesperson for James Madison University; Brian Price, PRSSA Immediate Past President, Assistant Account Executive at Edelman; Heather Harder, PRSSA National President, Account Coordinator at Capstrat Recap: “Who likes conflict?” Few people raised their hands when […]

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