Trying to develop chapter programming for a group of diverse public relations professionals can be difficult, especially when trying to engage your chapter’s more experienced leaders. Click here for details about our March 24 Best Practices call.
Join PRSA Southeast District on Monday, February 24 for our Best Practices Session: Be Creative, Work Hard, Honor Award-Winning Work! Creating an Awards Program that is Inspirational.
Don’t miss it! NEW TIME: 3 p.m. EST / 2 p.m. CST. Click here for details.
The PRSA Southeast District is pleased to begin a new series of learning calls for 2014!
Now called “Best Practices Sessions,” first up on Jan. 27 is, Want an APR Program Worthy of Olympic Gold? Discover What it Takes!
The year’s final Affinity Call was held Monday, Dec. 9…
Best Practices in Technology – How to Use the Web, New Tools & Social Media in Your Chapter.
Brandon Uttley, APR shared the latest resources that can benefit your chapter.
Click here for details!
Check out the great program planned for our 2014 District Conference in Charlotte next April.
Click over to the Conference tab here to download the PDF.
The PRSA Southeast District is happy to welcome our current leaders and prospective leaders to Nashville — Music City USA — Thursday and Friday.
It’s time for our annual Leadership Rally — and sincere thanks to Kevin Trowbridge for his tremendous efforts coordinating this event!
Stay tuned to our website, Facebook page and Twitter feed — @seprsa for updates from Belmont University.
If we don’t see you here then please join us in Charlotte next April 9-11 for the 2014 Southeast District Conference.
Are you going to the PRSA International Conference in Philadelphia?
You’re invited to join your colleagues from the PRSA Southeast District for a get-together / happy hour!
Tria Cafe is the destination on Monday, Oct. 28 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. (EDT). It’s about a five-block walk or a 4-minute drive.
Map link: http://goo.gl/maps/JI98X
Please meet Stephen Loudermilk, district treasurer, in the lobby of the Philadelphia Marriott at 7:15 p.m.
A “bored board” is an organization’s worst enemy!
So, our November 4 Southeast District Affinity Call topic was: “Is Your Board Bored or Engaged? How to Tell. What to Do.”
(It was delayed one week due to the PRSA International Conference in Philadelphia on our typical date.)
Click here to get the session notes and learn more about our presenters!
On our September 23 Southeast District Affinity we talked about ways to develop a “Knock Your Socks Off” chapter website.
Host and district website manager, Greg Broy, APR shared some best practices to build engagement with members and prospects.
During the call, chapter website managers and presidents shared how their website has benefited their group.
To hear the playback dial: 712-432-0395 and entering passcode 570772# and then #.
Join the Tar Heel Chapter for its Sept. 20 professional development seminar, “Time to Talk About the Elephant in the Room” for important conversations about equity, fairness, inclusion, respect, and trust among constituents.
The event is 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (EDT), BioTech Place, Winston Salem. Registration is open until Noon (EDT), Friday, Sept. 13 at: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/8103677317.