If there was ever a time in a communication professional’s life when ethics in business and government was front and center, it is now. So, it is little surprise to his colleagues that Boston’s Mark McClennan, APR, Fellow PRSA, is championing a national conversation on this hot topic. And you might want to be involved. Coming off his tenure as PRSA’s National Chair, he launched “Ethical Voices” as a weekly blog and podcast. The subject is timely, important to the C-suite and limitless with points of discussion.
You are invited to join Mark with his IPN colleagues at this exclusive preview of his Q1 editorial plans. Bring along your personal ethics expertise and that of compelling clients worthy of being considered for his already ample list of subject expert interviews.
Also, we’ll do a speed around across our group for 2-minute New Year’s updates with what we’re all up to, and looking to accomplish, in 2019.
While breakfast is pay-as-you-go, we need a headcount. Please register on this site. See you there!
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January 17, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
120 Highland Avenue