Posts Tagged ‘PRSA’

Should PRSA Board Service be tied to Public Relations Accreditation?

Posted by Dan Keeney

The big debate in public relations circles these days has nothing to do with the outrageous efforts to sully the reputation of  Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange and its implications for the profession and journalism in general, BP’s ham handed response to the biggest manmade environmental disaster in U.S. history or even whether PR staffers caught […]

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Presentation on counseling the CEO in a Crisis

Posted by Dan Keeney

I had the pleasure of presenting at the PRSA Southwest District Conference today (which is being combined with the Texas Public Relations Association Annual Conference) on the subject of providing crisis PR counsel to the CEO. It is an interesting topic that I way over-prepared for. I ended up with about 90 minutes of content […]

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UPDATE: Writer of USA Today slam piece responds via e-mail

Posted by Dan Keeney

Please do not buy this book Yesterday I sent Seth Brown an e-mail asking a few questions. As detailed in the post, “USA Today book review slams public relations ethics,” Seth penned a book review for USA Today and, in the process, dragged the entire public relations profession through the mud. The piece has also […]

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