Public Relations Industry Programs
For PR Pros, Corporate Communicators and Marketers
Become an Even More Effective Communicator and Counselor
PR pros are under a lot of pressure. You’re expected to stay on top of the latest trends, to drive better communication practices at the organizational level, and to bring out the best in those you counsel — executives, clients, and others.
Rob’s PR industry programs are designed to help you transform the way your organization, leaders and clients communicate and to become an even more skilled communicator yourself. He tailors his storytelling, presentation and communication skills keynotes and workshops specifically to your needs, helping you:
- Create more effective content
- Align and motivate employees
- Strengthen customer and client relationships
- Build trust with your target audiences
- Win business
- Gain approval for programs and budgets
And on a personal and professional level, you’ll come away with strategies to help you improve your own reputation and effectiveness in the workplace, the marketplace, and the community.
Rob Knows the PR and Marketing Business
As a 25-year PR veteran, Rob brings a wealth of industry knowledge, including:
- Direct experience in the agency and in-house worlds. He’s a former vice president at Ogilvy Public Relations, association and nonprofit executive, and long time independent communications consultant.
- More than half of his engagements are with PR, marketing and corporate communication audiences, including more than two dozen appearances at IABC and PRSA events at the international, regional, sectional and local chapter levels.
- He’s helped train communication teams at AARP, Allstate, Deloitte, and a half-dozen PR and marketing agencies.
- He’s the winner of multiple industry awards, including the PRSA Crystal Award of Excellence, Creativity in Public Relations Award (CIPRA), and Publicity Club of Chicago Golden and Silver Trumpets.
- Rob is a proud member of PRSA and IABC.
Rob’s inside knowledge ensures that the content will be directly relevant to the needs and interests of communication professionals.