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Becoming a People Manager

In this workshop participants will build skills, gain perspective and be introduced to the practical techniques they need to transition into the important role of manager at a public relations firm. REGISTER  AGENDA COST   We will answer ten questions: As a manager… What is expected of you? What should you to expect from the individuals [MORE]

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Speakers

Phil Sheldrake

Phillip is an advocate for building a more human, private, and decentralized web. See him at Recoding Now’s The great Influencer Debate (Oct. 22)

Philip Novoa

Phillip Novoa

Senior Account Executive

Finn Partners

A “go-to-person” for clients with business writing skills, client contact capabilities and social media prowess. Philip Novoa chose public relations because he, "felt the diversity of opportunities that the industry offered would always keep me on my toes, and it has!"

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Clearly many brands today have an authenticity problem. As Hoffman Agency CEO Lou Hoffman relates, most “don’t act with authenticity,” and that’s because “they’re tied to a bunch of attributes conjured in the lab as opposed to defining who they are, what their aspirations are and how they are going to change at the core to achieve those aspirations."

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3 Keys to Identifying a “Key” Employee

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