The official “Ethics Month,” as designated by PRSA National, ended in September. However, the need for individuals and businesses to practice ethical behavior at all times remains crucial. With easy access to instant video and information, word spreads quickly about a perceived unethical screw-up, intended or not.
As a photographer I seek out the moments of genuine excitement, happiness and pride in a room and use a camera to immortalize that moment in a picture. Walking around the Gold Pick ceremony I was flooded with these kinds of moments. Here are just a few highlights of the night. You can find an […]
The Denver Press Club and the Colorado chapter of the Public Relations Society of America present Bad Press Release Theater. Improv performers include Steve Koenigsberg, Lisa Cutter and Elisabeth Monaghan of PRSA, and Cynthia Hessin, Adam Goldstein and Bruce Goldberg of the Denver Press Club. The PR pros will […]
At last week’s PRSA Colorado luncheon, we asked a few of our media panelists: What is the most important thing PR people need to know about the media in 2010?
I realize the last thing any of us wants to think about right now is New Year’s resolutions for 2010. (I, for one, am not quite finished decking my halls with boughs of holly.) I do think the resolution I propose for 2010 might appeal to PRSA members looking for something more next year.
By Elisabeth Monaghan, APR PRSA Colorado Chapter President-elect
Have you been watching all the excitement going on in PRSA Colorado and wondering how to be a part of it? The best networking and professional development happen on the committees that power our Chapter. There is something […]
Many members have asked: “How do I get to be on the Board?” The answer: NOMINATE YOURSELF! It’s as simple as that.
As 2009 president-elect for the Colorado Chapter, I can tell you there is no set rule for how long it takes to move up through the leadership ranks. […]
Elisabeth Monaghan, APR, president-elect of PRSA Colorado weighs in on the value of PRSA membership.
Shortly after I became president-elect of PRSA Colorado, I ran into a colleague who works for a Denver-based corporation. “Why would I want to joint PRSA?” he asked. He presented a litany of reasons why he didn’t recognize value […]
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