PRSA Oregon is hosting “Corporate Culture: Coast to Coast,” a three-part workshop series to shape your corporate culture with employee engagement, enhanced performance and psychological safety.
Watch the video below or read “The Benefits of a Fake Commute” for my suggestions for starting and ending your day well.
Join Michael Jonas, owner and principal attorney of Rational Unicorn Legal Services PC, for a free “Business and Intellectual Property Law for PR Professionals” webinar from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 22.
What our members are listening to: Women at Work podcast from HBR
The PRSA Oregon chapter is excited to announce that we are now accepting speaker submissions for our virtual Communicators Conference happening Friday, May 14, 2021.
Written by PRSA Oregon Diversity & Inclusion Committee The tragic death of George Floyd has energized the Black Lives Matter movement across this nation and the world. White people are being forced to listen and see examples of systemic racism in the mainstream media, on public opinion platforms and in their neighborhoods for the firstContinue reading “Let’s talk race”
Whether you’ve been in the industry for years or have just started your professional journey, we all could use fresh perspectives, a new lens or diverse ideas to become a more complete practitioner. What better way to tap into all three than to harken back to your time in the college classroom. Remember it? ThatContinue reading “Reverse Mentoring: Learn from PRSSA!”
COVID-19 Resources for the Portland Community
Contributed by PRSA Oregon partner Allen Hall PR, University of Oregon The PESO model is a visual representation of the four types of media combined for a successful PR campaign. The model was created by Gini Dietrich who founded and co-authors the blog Spin Sucks and has years of communications industry wisdom under herContinue reading “Breaking Down the PESO Model”
Contributed by PRSA Oregon partner Allen Hall PR, University of Oregon Public relations professionals come from a variety of backgrounds with an array of expertise. A common background for those currently working in PR often begins with journalism. The two fields have similar core characteristics that make the skills learned in a journalismContinue reading “Intersections of Journalism and PR”