Tuesday, April 13, 2021
11:30AM – 1:00PM
Via Zoom

National speaker, Shannon Bowen, Ph.D., joins us for this APR-month special professional development opportunity!

Learn what the latest research in Public Relations tells us and how we can apply these new insights to internal practices, ensuring ethical approaches to manage any crisis. 

Dr. Bowen will discuss a new theoretical framework – based on autonomous moral reasoning – for managing crisis in an ethical way. Her research was recently published in “Crisis Communication,” a 2020 book by Finn Frandsen and Winni Johansen, Danish world-class researchers in organizational crisis, crisis management and crisis communication. She will also share findings of her newest research!

Read more about our guest speaker Shannon Bowen, Ph.D. here.

In Part II of our Diversity & Inclusion Workshop Series Cheree Meeks, Ed.D focuses on strengthening leadership skills, developing a personal plan of action and examining how the source of communication impacts the narrative and message.  
In Part I of our Diversity & Inclusion Workshop Series Cheree Meeks, Ed.D. lays the foundation for developing/managing a diversity, equity and inclusion communication strategy by defining commonly used terms, exploring implicit bias, and expanding on the difference between intent and impact.
In this engaging presentation, Ashley Bright – “The Message Fixer” – unpacks three core challenges many speakers face, and provides actionable solutions that you can use right away

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