Ethics: Public Relations Training

Corporate Communications Section
Oct. 24, 2017 | Interactive Discussion
Categories: Crisis & Reputation, Emerging Trends, Ethics
Barbara Delollis, Corporate Communications Senior Manager at Marriott International and former USA Today business reporter, will lead a conversation on how fake news could affect your work as a professional communicator, and how to fight back ethically and with transparency. Barbara DeLollis;
Building credibility, protecting reputations
On-Demand Webinar
Category: Ethics
Included with PRSA Membership.
Protecting your organization from reputational crisis requires a trusted advisor prepared to provide strategic ethical advice. Learn how to become a truly trusted advisor from a leading expert in crisis communications and a veteran political advisor who has served leaders from both political parties. James E. Lukaszewski, ABC, IABC Fellow; APR, Fellow PRSA, BEPS Emeritus; Janelle M. Guthrie, APR; Nance Larsen, APR, Fellow PRSA; On-Demand
Educators Academy
On-Demand Section Webinar
Category: Ethics
Included with PRSA Membership.
In today's "post-truth" society, ethics in public communication is more important than ever for a thriving society. Training the next generation of communicators to consider ethics in their communication has become a critical part of the public relations curriculum. Carolyn Mae Kim, Ph.D.; Dean E. Mundy, Ph.D.; Lucinda Austin, Ph.D.; Denise Bortree; On-Demand
On-Demand Webinar
Category: Ethics
Included with PRSA Membership.
Leaders, and especially those who advise and counsel them must recognize the ethical expectations of everyone inside and outside the organization. Failure to meet these expectations has palpable negative consequences. This program discusses the expectations and the consequences of failure to meet those expectations. James E. Lukaszewski, ABC, IABC Fellow; APR, Fellow PRSA, BEPS Emeritus; Nance Larsen, APR, Fellow PRSA; On-Demand

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