Virtual November Luncheon: Risk and Reputation in the Age of Rage
[No City], VA
United States of America
Registration for this event has closed.
Registrants will receive information via e-mail on how to access the Zoom webinar. E-mail Jenny Pedraza, APR, PRSA Richmond web admin, at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to receive meeting access last minute.
About the Program
Grab your lunch and join us virtually Wednesday, November 18 for our annual Past Presidents program and last program in 2020. We will welcome Jon Goldberg, founder and chief reputation architect of Reputation Architects Inc., a reputation risk-management and strategic-communications firm, for “Risk and Reputation in the Age of Rage.”
Regardless of the 2020 election outcome, we can all agree that we are in an unprecedented age of transparency, expectation and of course, rage. [We promise not to mention politics or the election during this session.]
Our presenter will provide a broad look at the changing landscape for risk, reputation and trust-building and what it means for how organizations and communications pros communicate in a changed world.
About the Presenter
Jon Goldberg has devoted more than 30 years to helping organizations of all sizes to enhance their reputations, protect themselves from harm and transform reputational challenges into opportunities to demonstrate leadership, integrity and caring. Over the years, Jon has advised countless clients in virtually every industry, so in the interest of space we’ll just say he’s pretty much seen everything. Jon is a frequent speaker, author and media commentator on reputation and crisis management. Trained as a journalist in his callow youth, Jon now serves as a director-at-large of PRSA-NJ and a member of the executive committee of PRSA’s Counselors Academy, a peer-to-peer network of independent PR agency principals and leaders in the U.S. and Canada.
This program is included with chapter membership, and members should register online as they normally would for monthly luncheons. Guests may register for $15, and students may register for $10. Registration will close at 5 p.m. on the Monday before the program. After registration closes, attendees will receive an email with Zoom information to join in the virtual program.
Sara Hunt, chapter administrator
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