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Shock jocks. Chair throwing. Shout TV. Hate speech. Mean tweets. Venemous comments on social media and in reader comments sections. Death threats to public figures, and to people who merely, and politely, disagree with others. The level of uncivil discourse has increased dramatically over the years, fueled in large part by social media. What can we do as professional communicators to help make our society more civil? Where do we begin?
Online via Zoom. Access information will be sent prior to the event.
PR North - Winter Edition is for students and recent grads who want to connect with PR professionals and learn more about the PR industry. There will be great panelists, presentation topics and a virtual job fair to connect with PR professionals and agencies.
A recent survey of PRSA members indicated that networking is a main reason they join the association. It is an essential element of anyone’s professional career – some say it is more important than ever! Yet, it can be intimidating, exhausting and awkward even in normal circumstance much less in the midst of a pandemic. In lieu of the traditional in-person conference or meeting over coffee, what can you do to continue to invest in building your network and strengthen relationships virtually?
Okay Boomers, GenX, Millennials and Gen Z. None of us were prepared for a pandemic — it was like a spaceship named COVID-19 landed in our living rooms. We’re all dealing with intense stress and some (okay, many) are also dealing with burnout. How can we effectively manage all of this? Where do we begin? What can we do as individuals, colleagues, managers and C-Suite executives? How can we bring our best selves to work and have an enriching life away from it?