IPR European Professional Colloquium
17-18 October 2013, Buckinghamshire, UK
“When the Moving Parts Reach Escape Velocity”
the changing role of corporate communications leaders
Warmest thanks to our partners McKinsey & Company and Taylor Bennett for their help in making this program possible
We hope you enjoyed attending the 2013 IPR European Professional Colloquium.
We had many requests for the presentations, and we have gathered most of them below for you. Please note that much more research relating to public relations and corporate communications is available here on the IPR website.
Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire, UK, October 17-18, 2013
“The Velocity Factor and Corporate Communications Leadership”
How is Your Role Changing?
You are invited to join 30 of the most senior communications and corporate affairs professionals at the Institute for Public Relations European Professional Colloquium, October 17, 18 in the UK. The Board of Trustees and special friends of IPR – particularly McKinsey & Company and Taylor Bennett – warmly invite you to reserve your place for this invitation-only event.
The colloquium discussions will be research-based and driven by group interaction. Truly, the registered delegates will be the stars of this show! Conversations and debates at this by-invitation event are led by CEOs, members of the group and other executive guests. As always, discussions at this peer-group meeting are intended to be as confidential as they are challenging.
The Colloquium will take place at Stoke Park, a 5 star luxury hotel located on 300 acres of parkland, lakes and historic gardens. It is only 35 minutes from London and 7 miles from Heathrow. The event starts with lunch on Thursday, October 17, and ends with lunch on Friday, October 18.
FULL CONFERENCE RATE
Per person: $2,400 (approximately £1,600 or €1850) The conference fee includes one night hotel accommodation for one participant, opening and closing luncheons, reception and dinner on October 17, and delegate materials.
HOW TO BOOK
Click here to register
Because of the costs associated with this event and the limited number of available seats, all cancellations must be received in writing no later than 60 days prior to the conference date.
An administration fee of $155 will be charged for cancellations.
PDF: Colloquium Agenda
PDF: Risk Research and the Reality Gap: Public Claims, Private Behavior (Miles)
PDF: Driving Single-Mindedness Inside & Outside the Organisation (Pain, Money)
PDF: If You Think Video is a Factor Now – Richard Waterworth Presentation
IPR Australian Professional Colloquium
5-6 September 2013, Melbourne, VIC
“Reputation in a Social Environment”
the give and take is here to stay
Presented by Anna Whitlam People
Thank you for attending the 2013 IPR Australian Professional Colloquium, presented with our partner, Anna Whitlam People.
We had many requests for the presentations, and we have gathered most of them below for you.
Please note that much more research relating to public relations and corporate communications is available on the IPR website, www.instituteforpr.org.
PDF: The Coles Turnaround – Ian McLeod
PDF: The Research Base – Jim Macnamara
PDF: Being Pacific Brands – John Pollaers
PDF: YouTube Space Lab – Zahaan Bharmal
PDF: Remodeling Team Structure – Mike Fernandez
IPR European Professional Colloquium
October 4-5, 2012 – Cliveden, Taplow, Berkshire, UK
Registration by invitation only
The European Trustees of the Institute for Public Relations are pleased to present this annual by-invitation-only Professional Colloquium for the most senior communications and corporate affairs professionals.
Over 24 hours, we will explore the broad theme of “Reputation in a Social Environment.” By this we mean far more than social media and networking. We will explore the roles and expectations of corporations in an ever-more demanding give-and-take social climate. For the most senior communications professionals, the theme raises issues such as:
- What transparency means today and whether organizations can expect anything to remain truly confidential for the long term
- What this means in terms of crisis management, sustainability and corporate responsibility
- Integrating the (often conflicting) interests of all organizational stakeholders
- Communications team structure and functions required in this environment
- How to advise the CEO
The colloquium discussions will be research-based and driven by group interaction. Conversations and debates at this by-invitation-only event are led by CEOs, members of the group and other executive guests. As always, discussions at this peer-group meeting are intended to be as confidential as they are challenging.
For further information
For further program information, please contact: Frank Ovaitt, President & CEO, Institute for Public Relations.
“Renewal and Revitalization,” September 22-23, 2011
Below is the selected presentation from the 2011 Colloquium.
- “Mind the Gap” by Penn Schoen Berland & Matt Carter of Burson-Marsteller, evaluate trust building and trust busting in this 2011 presentation.
“Trust and Recovery,” September 16-17, 2010
Below are selected presentations from the 2010 Colloquium.
- “The Challenge of Restoring Trust”by Donald A. Baer and Matt Carter, of Penn Schoen Berland, analyzes trust — and the challenge of restoring it — among verious stakeholder groups.
- “CR: A World in Trust…” by Sandra Macleod, Echo Research, discusses corporate responsibility in a post-recessionary period and the drivers for change in the long-term.
“From Sustainability to Durability: Implications for Communications & Public Relations Research,” November 26-27, 2008
From Sustainability to Durability: Implications for Communications and Public Relations Research
November 26-27, 2008
University of Warwick, UK
The European Trustees of the Institute for Public Relations developed this by-invitation-only professional colloquium for the most senior public relations/public affairs leaders in Europe to:
- Develop a high-quality community of top public relations people focusing on issues important to them and provide an opportunity for open and confidential discussion.
- Assess the impact of current developments in the global financial and economic environment on the public relations profession.
- Focus thinking on areas of new public relations research to be undertaken by the Institute that would be most relevant for the profession internationally.
This inaugural colloquium explored a variety of issues normally associated with sustainability and CSR while integrating these into a larger context – the ability of the corporation to adapt and thrive over a long period of time, particularly given the challenges of the current economic climate.