Topic: Overcoming Opposition: Building Community Support
Active opposition, community resistance, delays, and distortions are what usually greet anyone today who brings progress or change to any community. On November 8, James E. Lukaszewski, ABC, APR, Fellow PRSA, will reveal the patterns of resistance, and the mistakes and errors that trigger or enflame opposition and counteraction, while also revealing the key strategies to control your own destiny, be successful, and win, even with persistent bad news, angry people, and opposition.
Jim will provide your checklist for overcoming opposition and achieving the objectives you set in the community. The techniques, strategies, and concepts will help you avoid making the kinds of mistakes that assure, and often predict, failure.Luncheon Overview
Topic: Becoming a Trusted Advisor
Giving advice, providing strategic counsel, and being a trusted advisor are daily components of the practice of communications, whether you’re in a corporation, association, non-profit, public relations agency, or consulting firm.
On November 8, James E. Lukaszewski, ABC, APR, Fellow PRSA, will provide techniques and approaches for professionals from all staff functions to more effectively bring matters to a conclusion, make a point, sell an idea, and help clients stay focused on what they’re supposed to be achieving.
Jim will teach you the systematic, pragmatic, and sensible ingredients and processes for getting to and working at the highest levels. This presentation will answer the question, "Why Should Your Boss Listen to You?"