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Crisis Management Lessons From Boeing’s 737 Max Disasters


Gordon Johndroe , vice president of global media relations and public affairs for the Chicago-based aircraft manufacturer, spoke to members of PRSA’s Corporate Communications Section in the Nov. 5 webinar “Crisis Management on an International Stage: Takeaways from Boeing’s Biggest Crisis and Time Spent in the West Wing.”.

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Jobs in Public Relations


Public relations, at its core, is a communications industry that strives to maintain a positive public image for brands and corporations, to create brand awareness, to foster mutually beneficial relationships between clients and their audiences, and more. Interns in Public Relations. Crisis Managers.


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5 “Founding Fathers” Of PR

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

the concept of two-way internal communications to improve the company’s image after a mine strike massacre. Lee urged Rockefeller to visit aggrieved coal miners and make a public event out of the outreach. As head of corporate communications for oil behemoth Mobil, Schmertz was the most powerful man in PR in the 1970s.

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The Public Relations Agency: Your Secret Weapon

Doctor Spin

In this arrangement, you designate a specific PR agency as your primary agency for all public relations needs that may arise. The agency of record manages all aspects of your PR strategy , including media relations , crisis management, and strategic communications. Public affairs (PA). Crisis communications.

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Six social media and digital communications trends for 2015

PR Conversations

As a result of the recent course, I’ve been reflecting on how in 2015, professional use of social media and digital communications will be essential for anyone working in PR, internal communications, public affairs, marketing and many other functions, in almost every type of organisation.

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Maximising resilience of health and well-being assets in crisis situations

PR Conversations

Employers have an absolute responsibility to their crisis team but the reality is that many employers are reluctant even to begin crisis planning on the basis that it is too hard, it’s tempting fate or it simply won’t happen. Or the crisis plan is siloed in some hidden corporate corner completely out of date.

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An “Interview” with ChatGPT: What is Public Relations? How Has PR Changed? Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Comms Pros?

Sword and the Script

Event planning: PR practitioners may plan events such as product launches, conferences, or charity events to get media attention and generate positive publicity. Internal communications: PR practitioners may also be responsible for communicating with employees and stakeholders within an organization. Not a bad breakdown.