Ethics: Public Relations Training
July 27, 2016
| Interactive Discussion
Through in-depth interviews with internal communicators representing 26 companies and organizations in 11 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, Marlene S. Neill, Ph.D., APR, a member of PRSA’s Board of Ethics and Professional Standards and an assistant professor at Baylor University, has identified best practices for promoting an ethical culture.
Marlene Neill, Ph.D., APR;
Dr. Deborah Silverman, APR, Fellow PRSA; Nance Larsen, APR, Fellow PRSA; James E. Lukaszewski, ABC, Fellow IABC; APR, Fellow PRSA, BEPS Emeritus; Patricia T. Whalen, Ph.D., APR;
Board of Ethics and Professional Standards (BEPS)
Ethics, Crisis & Reputation
Understand how public relations crises can be avoided or mitigated through better ethical decision-making.
Kirk Hazlett, APR, Fellow PRSA; Marlene Neill, Ph.D., APR; Philip Tate, APR, Fellow PRSA; Maria Sonin;
Ethical Challenges in Today’s Mega-Wired Business World
Ethical communication has played a part in human interactions since prehistoric times, when conquests were recorded on the walls of caves. Today, we have social media to expedite the process. Join us for a lively discussion of ethical challenges facing communicators in today’s mega-wired business world.
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