Notice is hereby given that an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) will be held on Friday, 12 February 2016. The business of the meeting is the election of a National President and Deputy President.
Acknowledged as one of Australia’s top mentors for her innovation and leadership by key influential forerunners, Mary-Anne Waldren will draw on 30 years of industry knowledge to impart her Secrets of Personal Success.
Any organisation’s reputation can be damaged in an instant by a crisis it didn’t see coming. Crises can take many forms, from sexual harassment and embezzlement to workplace injury or even death. And with the advent of social media, a crisis can destroy an organisation’s reputation and brand within hours, even minutes.
The PRIA Tasmania Council invites you to hear from two of the state’s leading crisis communication strategists – Greg Ray and Becher Townshend – about the golden rules for effective crisis and issues management, through both traditional communication channels and online platforms.
Greg and Becher will share their extensive experience and expertise in handling crises of various forms, providing practical tips for communication and marketing professionals from all sectors and industries.
Firstly, thanks to everyone who attended last year’s PRIA National Conference in Hobart, Tasmania. What a magical weekend we had; it all started with Peter William’s Masterclass in three of the most iconic venues in Hobart, then we welcomed guests to the stunning Henry Jones Art Hotel, which saw conference master of ceremonies, Michael Rowland from ABC attend.
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