Build Leadership’s Confidence in Your PR Skills… and Yours!
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February 24, 2023
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February 24, 2023
Virtual (12-1 p.m.)
Learning to trust our own professional skills and knowledge, and communicating that effectively to our leadership team, can take decades of experience … or not. Join us for some wisdom that will help you do both simultaneously and reap results for your organization, for your team and for you. This presentation will start you down the path of evaluating your skills and knowledge for future growth, and coach you on some key counseling skills that help you earn leadership’s respect.
Learning Objective: Understand the 9 ways PR contributes to an organization’s bottom line.
Learning Objective: Explore counseling skills that will help make you work more effectively with your immediate team and with leadership.
Learning Objective: Identify key areas of knowledge you may need for further learning and growth.
Stacey Smith, APR, Fellow PRSA
Senior Counsel & Partner/Jackson Jackson & Wagner
Stacey Smith has over 40 years of experience with an extensive list of clients that range from Fortune 100 multinational operations to small non-profits. She specializes in helping organizations build strategic & solid relationships with stakeholders.
She is co-author of The Public Relations Practices, Managerial Case Studies and Problems, and The Public Relations Firm. A public speaker as well as teacher, she has presented before numerous national public relations organizations and has taught as adjunct faculty at Antioch University New England, New England College and the University of New Hampshire.
Stacey is the 2021 Sage Award winner presented by the College of Fellows, PRSA, for her career-long mentoring of public relations professionals.
Stacey is a member of the Institute for Public Relation’s Behavioral Insights Group and Immediate Past Chair of the Commission on Public Relations Education (CPRE). She graduated from the University of Tennessee with a B.S. in Communications and earned her graduate degree in Management from Antioch University New England.