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Professionalism and Ethics.

Today public relations is like most industries, you do not need a license to practice or have a position in the field of public relations. In the field of public relations today there are different certifications that you can obtain which will help you become more successful in the field. 277 more words

Thanks, PRSA-NCC

I’d be remiss not to thank my gracious hosts for my presentation last Wednesday morning to the Public Relations Society of America’s National Capital Chapter on the topic of working with reporters and getting your spokespeople up to speed. 115 more words

Public Speaking

Trump "Trumps" Brashness of Nations' Top PR People, While "Bashing" Women and the Press

Donald Trump was in rare form when I attended as a Chicago delegate his general session keynote for the largest national annual meeting of PR people, the 2004 Public Relations Society of America conference, in NYC. 1,101 more words

Presidency

See You July 22 in DC

This is a quick note — especially for those of you in the Washington, D.C., area — to let the community here know about a panel discussion I’ll be part of next week. 168 more words

Media Training

The Battle of Ethics

Rights vs. Wrong; Good vs. Bad; Hero vs. Villain

Ethics is the standards of conduct that indicate how people should behave based on virtues and duties. 261 more words

Let's talk blogging

Do you live in ‪Buffalo and want to learn more about blogging‬? Join the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Buffalo Niagara Chapter on August 5 for their sunrise seminar on digital story telling. 458 more words