PR News | Events: The PR Museum will air a PR talent show




The Public Relations Museum airs his variety show “PR’s Got Talent” Nov. 30 at 6 p.m. Polynesian fire dancer. The performers were selected from more than 50 auditions. Viewers will be encouraged to donate on Zoom to support their favorite artists. The show’s hosts are ConAgra communications director and Peppercomm CEO Steve Cody. Judges include Public Relations Institute CEO Tina McCorkindale, Page Chairman Roger Bolton, Public Relations Council CEO Kim Sample, IW Group CEO Bill Imada and Dr. Rochelle Ford , dean of the college of communications at Elon University.




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The National Press Club The Communicators Team is sponsoring a virtual discussion on December 2 that will examine what organizations are doing to promote and implement DE&I efforts among their employees. The “Critical Conversation,” which is open to communicators and journalists, as well as the public, will also discuss how organizations communicate about their efforts, both internally and externally. Syngenta North America Communications Manager Paul Minehart will moderate the discussion and panelists are expected to include Blair Hayes, University of Maryland Global Campus Diversity Manager, Amber Hewitt, DC Government Actions Manager, and Amanda Barrett, associate editor of Associate Press. Admission is free for National Press Club members and $15 for non-members, with all proceeds going to the NPC Staff Holiday Fund.




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She runs it will present a virtual event on December 9 aimed at showing professional women how to calculate their worth, be more assertive and ask for what they deserve. The organization’s Young Professionals Committee organizes “The Art of Negotiation” in conjunction with Until There Are Nine, an educational network and resource group that helps women defend their fair share of pay and rewards. Following a panel discussion, speakers will share negotiation tips and there will be breakout sessions for attendees to network and practice their new skills.

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