Our breakfast networking events are back for 2024! Come along for a coffee (and breakfast if you wish) on March 7 at Joe’s Garage, in the heart of Hamilton’s CBD. Catch up with colleagues working in the public relations, communications, marketing, and associated industries
Belatedly back for 2024, First Thursdays are a chance for Auckland PRs to catch up in an informal setting, make or renew acquaintances and swap tales from the trenches. There’ll always be a couple of Northern Committee members around, so they’re also a good opportunity to share your thoughts on how we can continue to engage the PR community here in Tāmaki Makaurau.
We are delighted to have the incredible Kirsty Von Minden share a virtual presentation on mental health & resilience, the science of stress in the context of 21st century living, the pandemic and the current climate of constant change and uncertainty.
Kirsty will investigate where stress comes from and what’s happening when we are in the stress response, and how stress is wearing down our health, energy and performance. In this workshop we will explore why stress itself is not the problem and what we can instead shift our focus to, to rewire our own brains for calm and resilience. All with a self-led wellbeing practice that only takes a few minutes a day.
Step into the future of Public Relations with our exclusive speaker event led by artificial intelligence expert Justin Flitter. This event and networking opportunity is designed to unravel the complexities of AI technology and how you can use it within a PR context. Embrace the opportunity to explore how AI is not just reshaping the PR landscape but is set to revolutionise our profession.
This course is designed to equip public relations and communication professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to develop and implement advanced digital strategies in the rapidly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence (AI). Participants will explore the integration of AI technologies in digital communication and online relationship management, customer and stakeholder engagement, content creation and data analysis. Over two mornings, shared practical insights and hands-on experience will help professionals get to grips with AI and advance their digital strategies with confidence.
Understand how to best perform in broadcast media – a practical TV/Radio course to help you better appreciate what is required to make your clients shine in the media. Facilitated by media veteran Mary Lambie and held at TVNZ studios. This is a course for people who:
• Are a spokesperson for their organisation
• Involved in media training their clients or colleagues
• Want better media coverage and outcomes for their clients
Our most popular course is back for 2024. If you are enrolled for or considering APR this is the pre-programme course for you. As we shift into Generation AI, mastering public relations strategy and evaluation is crucial. Over four mornings, this online course explores the latest methodologies for crafting and assessing effective strategies. With generative AI models reshaping our professional landscape, acquiring these skills is not just beneficial, it is essential if we are to guide organisational leadership with expertise and insight.
Led by professional director and PRINZ Fellow Tracey Bridges, this short course answers all your questions about how to work well with Boards, and – for those who are interested – how to move into a governance career. It will touch on key aspects of Governance practice. It will comprise a presentation and plenty of time for questions, answers and discussion.
A great presentation or pitch can sell an idea, seal a deal, and secure the support of key stakeholders. This workshop will empower you to create presentations that command attention and invite audience buy-in. Utilising storytelling techniques and a proven planning framework, this course provides the tools to ensure your next presentation stands out from the crowd.
In case you missed the last one, our most popular course is back! Just in time for APR commencement. As we shift into Generation AI, mastering public relations strategy and evaluation is crucial. Over four mornings, this online course explores the latest methodologies for crafting and assessing effective strategies. With generative AI models reshaping our professional landscape, acquiring these skills is not just beneficial, it is essential if we are to guide organisational leadership with expertise and insight.
Communications strategy specialist Tracey Bridges takes practitioners beyond the strategy template and into the problem solving techniques that lie behind it.
Participants will have the opportunity to explore different problem solving methods and how they work in the context of communications strategies, and test them on live problems.
This workshop empowers speechwriters to assemble their ideas, find their voice, and earn their audience’s attention. It demystifies the speechwriting process, including the crucial planning phase when writing speeches for others, and encourages purposeful, effective storytelling.