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We have derived significant value though our membership with the Council of Public Relations Firms. From professional development programming with world renowned thought leaders, to collaborative platforms that enable us to forge new business relationships and share industry best practices, the Council offers the opportunities and resources to help grow our business.

Bryan Harris, managing partner, Taylor
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    July 2014

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2014 Critical Issues Forum

This year’s Critical Issues Forum – The PR Genome: Mapping Our Industry’s Future – is not to be missed. Join us as we look at how the public relations industry is rapidly transforming and the disruptive forces that are shaping its future.

2014 Annual Dinner

October 22, 2014 6:00pm – October 22, 2014 9:30pmOctober 22 6:00 – 9:30 p.m. New York, NY Register Today Taking place the night before the Critical Issues Forum, this year’s member dinner will feature the presentation of the 4th Annual Diversity Distinction in PR Awards, and will showcase the winning video of our 2nd Annual”Take…

Take Flight with PR Video Contest: Now Open

The Council is excited to see how U.S. college students answer the contest’s prompt: “What is your dream PR assignment?”

Inaugural contest winner Ashley Varner explains what winning the 2013 Take Flight with PR video contest has meant to her. Click here to see our 2014 contest page.

Firm Voice Blog

Rethinking Positive Thinking

Moving Your Firm and Your Career Forward—New Insights from the Science of Motivation

How do you move up at your firm, land that new client, show your boss all that you’re capable of, or increase your firm’s revenues? We often turn to consultants, coaches, business magazines for help with specific challenges, but popular culture has a more general answer: Think positive! We’re told that if we envision the…

The Vandiver Group

Women in the Workplace—Reflections on Recent Media Discussions

In some ways it seems we have made progress on gender issues in the workplace. Yet in reviewing current media discourse, I’m reminded of the phrase—the more things change, the more they stay the same. Recently, Matt Lauer of the Today Show asked Mary Barra, the CEO of General Motors and a 33-year veteran of…

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