May 30, 2014
PR professionals today have unprecedented opportunities to make a difference in their organizations and communities.
“For years, we have advocated for public relations to ‘get a seat at the table,’” Joseph E. Cohen, APR, 2014 chair of PRSA, told Tactics earlier this year. “Now, it’s no longer good enough to just be at the table; it’s about being a leader in driving the strategic decision-making process.”
But being a leader means more than just barking orders from the corner office. We’ve rounded up the best leadership advice from Tactics from the past five years.
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