PRSA-NCC has two great programs in March for communicators at any state of their profession who want to maximize their impact. “Pitching Reporters in the Evolving State of Digital Media” is planned for Thursday, March 12, from 8-10 a.m. at the Northern Virginia Community College, Reston Center. “From PR Manager to PR Leader” will take place Wednesday, March 25, from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at Ogilvy Washington.
Pitching Reporters in the Evolving State of Digital Media
The Loudoun-Fairfax Committee of PRSA’s National Capital Chapter iwill host, “Pitching Reporters in the Evolving State of Digital Media.” Learn how leading journalists have adapted their news gathering techniques in the current media environment. Journalists will focus on newsroom practices and how best to pitch stories in the ever-evolving state of digital media.
From PR Manager to PR Leader
Communications expert Jeff Ghannam, president of Crystal Communications & Marketing, and former president of the National Capital Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, leads a half-day workshop on leadership skills and climbing the PR ladder. This workshop offers management skills to PR professionals in all employment settings who aspire to become inspiring and capable leaders of people and successful programs. It will teach you how to motivate and manage the people on your team, how to influence the decision makers whose decisions affect you and how to be smart when it comes to finances and allocating resources.