We all know that the best relationships are built on trust. You earn trust with honesty. This is the core of the theme for this year’s PRSA Colorado Chapter professional development retreat, Naked PR: Authentic, Transparent, Effective.
The basics of public relations call for authentic messages and transparent facts and when you have those two, effectiveness is the result. Some people are better at this than others. We have assembled a handful of highly effective, extremely bright professionals to share their experiences with you.
On November 20, 2013, the PRSA Colorado Chapter is daring you to do something socially unacceptable. We are going naked. We will all tell it like it is, or should be. Join us when we host Naked PR at the Four Seasons Hotel in Denver.
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