Executive Level: Public Relations Training

PRSA Executive-Level Training positions communications leaders to make the most of the evolving opportunities currently driving business growth.

April 4, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Can you provide a knowledgeable response about using research in your organization planning process? Can you explain the difference between primary and secondary research? Do you have a format for developing and writing a public relations plan? This session will discuss research concepts and applications by using a variety of research tools to gather information about the employer or client, industry and relevant issues. Participants will learn formal, informal, quantitative and qualitative methods for developing a plan and setting goals based on research findings.
April 11, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Do you understand how to integrate the plan and implementation of your organization’s communication activities with its vision, objectives and strategy? Do you know how to evaluate and report that implementation process for its efficiency and effectiveness? This session will explore the implementation and evaluation of public relations and communication program goals and objectives; to include the sequence of events required to develop successful timelines and budgets executing planned strategies within an overall plan.
April 25, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Think about the various roles and functions within nonprofit, not-for-profit and for-profit companies. Could you ask intelligent questions about business structure — sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations? Can you identify ROI for public relations activities in your organization? Are you aware of laws and guidelines for public reporting of annual reports or income statements? This session will discuss ways to motivate and inspire others to build coalitions and communicate vision within an organization.
May 2, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Are you prepared to provide your organization leadership with the necessary tools, tactics and processes required to manage key stakeholder relationships? In this session participants will learn the importance of relationship building among key stakeholders (both internal and external) to find mutually acceptable solutions.
May 9, 2019 | Live Online Course Session
Categories: Accreditation Preparation & Maintenance, Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Are you prepared for the role of your organization’s “moral compass” in its relationship with its varied stakeholders? In this session, you will discuss the importance of standards for professional behavior in communications; recognizing ethical dilemmas and legal considerations as they may affect the organization’s decision-making process.
July 18–19, 2019 | Workshop | Seattle, Wash.
Categories: Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Designed as an in-depth, in-person, two-day immersion in advanced best practices in crisis communication, the in-class instruction, role-play and exercises are structured to help participants master crisis communication best practices through real-world work. Helio Fred Garcia; Holly Helstrom; Adam Tiouririne; In-Person
Oct. 30– Dec. 11, 2019 | Live Online Course
Categories: Communication Strategy, Crisis & Reputation, Emerging Trends, Ethics, Executive Level, Leadership & Management, Measurement & ROI, Media Relations, Social Media, Techniques & Tactics
Effective crisis communication can help organizations maintain trust, inspire consumer confidence and build competitive advantage. As recent poorly handled crises in business, government and nonprofits show how ineffective crisis communication can set an organization back significantly. To provide more education and understanding surrounding crisis communication, PRSA has re-developed the Crisis Communication Certificate Program. Designed as a certificate of completion program, the Crisis Communication Certificate Program will equip management-level communicators with best practices in industry perspectives by sharing resources and ideas and working through various crises. Helio Fred Garcia;
On-Demand Webinar
Categories: Executive Level, Leadership & Management, Techniques & Tactics
Included with PRSA Membership.
Now is the time to rethink “business as usual,” ask tough questions and make tough decisions and tough compromises. This session will offer a world exclusive on “Built to Suck: The Inevitable Demise of the Corporation… and How to Save It?” Joseph Jaffe; On-Demand
On-Demand Webinar
Categories: Communication Strategy, Executive Level, Leadership & Management
Included with PRSA Membership.
Business strategies are challenging messages to communicate, especially with large, diverse and globally dispersed teams. For Dell’s product and supply chain business, the Strategy Cascade connects leaders and teams to the business strategy by way of authentic conversations — not campaigns, presentations or talking points. Leaders and teams have an opportunity to talk about the strategy in small groups so that it resonates with their day-to-day responsibilities, holds meaning over time and elicits action. Michelle Mosmeyer; Diana Petrovich; On-Demand

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