PRSA Digital Communications Associate Troy P. Thompson Offers Perspective on 5 Tips From Public Relations Pros That Will Elevate Your Career
Black Enterprise Magazine spoke with budding and seasoned communications professionals at the Museum of Public Relations Black History Celebrating Black PR Pioneers Event. When considering the way some people seem to handle challenges and crises so calmly and not freaking out under pressure, Troy P. Thompson, digital communications associate at Public Relations Society of America, offered … Read more
PRSA Chair-Elect, APR, Fellow PRSA, Tony D’Angelo weighs in on the Crisis of the Week: Delta Scrutinized Over Pilot Punch, Bathroom Denial
D’Angelo provided commentary and context on the Communications strategy surrounding the recent Delta pilot who struck a passenger in an attempt to break up a fight. The full article is available on the WSJ.com website.
PRSA’s Chief Communications Officer, Laura Kane, bylined an article in Forbes on “How to Adapt to an Evolving Media Landscape” “We need to find ways to leverage the relationships we’ve built with our brand loyalists, engender trust with prospective consumers, customers and employees and create meaningful content that mirrors and enhances our corporate reputations, said … Read more
PRSA Chief Communications Officer Laura Kane Advises How Communicators Can Build Trust to Thrive in the Challenging Era Ahead
PRSA’s Chief Communications Officer, Laura Kane, recently bylined an article in PRNews on “How Communicators Can Build Trust to Thrive in the Challenging Era Ahead.” Kane noted that engendering trust is the “most important thing we do,” while emphasizing the need for accountability on a daily basis. “As the world enters the fourth industrial revolution, … Read more
PRSA Chair Jane Dvorak was quoted in a Politico online column after issuing a statement on “Alternative Facts” surrounding recent comments by President Donald Trump’s counselor Kellyanne Conway with regard to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s use of “alternative facts” disputing the documented reality that Trump amassed a smaller audience at his inauguration than former President … Read more
PRSA Chair Jane Dvorak was quoted in an article in Fortune after issuing a statement on “Alternative Facts” surrounding recent comments by President Donald Trump’s counselor Kellyanne Conway with regard to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s use of “alternative facts” to dispute the documented reality that Trump amassed a smaller audience at his inauguration … Read more
PRSA’s Chief Communications Officer, Laura Kane, bylined an article in Forbes offering “4 Tips For More Powerful Corporate Social Media Posts” Among the tips Kane shared is “Make it Human.” “Look for opportunities to humanize your content and connect with your audiences emotions in an evocative way.” For additional tips, please read the full article … Read more
PRSA’s CEO, Joseph Truncale, recently bylined an article in PRNews addressing the issue of “Fake News” which infiltrated the news cycle of 2016 and continues to be a topic of ongoing discussion. Among the ways to combat this ongoing issue, Truncale emphasized a need for Corporate and Value-based Story-Telling. “Communicators will need to tell stories … Read more
PRSA CEO Joe Truncale sat down with Robert Reiss, host of TheCEOForum Radio Show to talk about PRSA and his leadership vision. Please click on the following link to listen to the complete interview.
PRSA 2017 National Chair Jane Dvorak, APR, Fellow PRSA Looks to Improve Member Experience with the 2017-2019 Strategic Plan
PRSA’s National Chair Jane Dvorak, APR, Fellow PRSA provided perspective on PRSA Membership “Grounded in these accomplishments, we build the PRSA 2017–2019 Strategic Plan, “Framework for the Future,” on a strong foundation, and focus on a more strategic future. This plan brings vision, intention and qualitative and quantitative measures to track our progress, said PRSA … Read more