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September 16 – PRWeek Conference
A Road Map to Integration: Prospering in a transformational era for PR pros

In the constantly evolving world of PR, the skills needed to stay ahead of the game are not only changing, they are also multiplying. This year's PRWeek Conference will help you sharpen the talents you already have while you add new skills and perspectives to your arsenal. Speakers will include Jeff Charney, CMO of Progressive Insurance; Al Roker of Today; Stacey Tank, VP of corporate communications and external affairs at The Home Depot and Corey duBrowa, SVP of global communications at Starbucks.
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June 30 – Climbing The Organizational Ladder

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This webinar presented by Don Spetner, who for 30-plus years has held top agency, in-house, and executive recruitment roles, will be an insightful, instructive presentation that lays out a roadmap for advancing your career. This session is designed to help PR professionals gain confidence, gravitas, and an understanding of the competencies needed to move up the ladder at their current organizations.  Click here to register


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