Employee Communications 2022 Conference

Employee Communications 2022 Conference

Leaning Into Leadership
April 11 - 13, 2022
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center | Nashville, TN

Our Connect22 conference theme, “Leaning Into Leadership,” will highlight the strategic role of internal communicators and the importance of communicating for impact.

EC and IC pros do not simply deliver messages—they shape the employee experience through the creation of communication strategies and tactics that directly impact what employees Do, Say, Think and Feel.

Coming off one of the more challenging years for most comms pros, we aim to provide new insights, highlight success stories, and bring confidence to attendees who are looking to make an impact in their role and within their organization.


Get a sneak preview from one of this year's Connect22 keynote speakers:
Mark Mohammadpour, APR, CHC, CPT, PN1-NC, Owner and Chief Well-being Officer at Chasing the Sun
A message from Cheryl Ross and David Pitre of Davis & Company

Registration Options

(Received after March 11)
PRSA Employee Communications
     Section Member  (Full Conference)
PRSA Member* (Full Conference) $990
Nonmember (Full Conference) $1315
PRSSA Member (Full Conference) $325
Day Registration (Tuesday only) $650
Pre-Conference Sessions - TBD $85

Conference Agenda


Our Sponsors


Atrium of Gaylord HotelHotel Accommodations

To make reservations at Gaylord Opryland Resort & Conference Center, visit the hotel's reservation website or call (615) 889-1000 and ask for the special Public Relations Society of America Employee Communications Conference room rate of $219 per night. Reservations must be made by March 25, 2022, to qualify for the reduced rate. The room block and rates are available on a first-come/first-served basis, based on availability. You are responsible for arranging your own hotel accommodations.



PRSA's Employee Communications 2022 Conference event is scheduled to be held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN and will be subject to the COVID-19 protocols, guidelines, laws and regulations of the State of Tennessee and the City of Nashville. As the situation evolves, these orders are subject to change and can be found here and here. We ask that all attendees frequently monitor them.

The best way to have a successful gathering in these times is to commit to keeping each other safe!  Please monitor your health and use all precautions to protect everyone in our community. We encourage attendees to get vaccinated if they can and wear masks when in large crowds. If you test positive for COVID-19, are feeling symptomatic, are required to quarantine, or have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19 or been exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms in the lead up to the event and need to stay home, we will be flexible on the cancellation policy for these reasons.