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Measurement and evaluation are core components of professional public relations practice, yet it remains a challenge for most practitioners – perhaps due to lack of time, budget or knowledge of current models and tools. This session provides you with everything you need to know about applying measurement and evaluation in context to your specific requirements. Basically, it helps you get savvy about demonstrating the value of your public relations activity.
In this Masterclass, Nikki Wright will unpack the framework noise that is now casting a shadow over the CSR reporting sector. She will discuss the various frameworks, basic principles of sustainability reporting such as balance, scope and materiality.
This is an interactive workshop based on case studies and analysis in which participants will be invited to share experiences and concerns with other senior practitioners. Learning outcomes will be determined by the topics chosen and participants’ contributions.
In the Isentia Conversations webinar this month we are talking about disruption in the finance sector, with apps and social media platforms shifting the balance of power.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand Te Pūtahi Whakakakau Tūmatanui o Aotearoa (PRINZ) is the industry body for public relations and communication management professionals in Aotearoa.
We enhance the capability and professionalism of public relations practitioners through professional development opportunities and promote public understanding of public relations through advocacy. PRINZ is committed to professional standards and members are bound by the PRINZ Code of Ethics.
The Institute was established in 1954, and today has a community of over 1,300 members.