Dave Byron, left, surprises Gary Davidson with the news that he’s this year’s Great Communicator.
Gary Davidson, who recently retired as longtime public information officer for the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, has been selected as FPRA Volusia/Flagler’s 2017 Great Communicator. Davidson will be honored by the Chapter in August.
The Great Communicator is the only award that honors lifetime achievements in effective communications in Volusia and Flagler counties. Recipients are selected by a committee of past Great Communicators based on their lifelong commitment to excellence in communications, professional leadership and accomplishments, and service to the community.
Past Great Communicators surprised Davidson with the honor announcement at his retirement party June 30 in DeLand. Please check back for information on how to attend the awards program in August.
Lanette Hart, APR, CPRC
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (May 27, 2017) – Past FPRA President Lanette Hart, APR, CPRC, principal of Hart & Associates in Jacksonville, will speak on “Leadership Communications in Changing Times” at the next meeting of the Volusia/Flagler Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association. The meeting will be Wednesday, June 21. RSVP here.
Managing change is a challenge faced by many companies and organizations in today’s times. Leadership communication in changing times can be successful, but it depends on the ability to inform, involve and inspire internal and external stakeholders.
Hart will share with attendees:
· New trends in leader communications and public relations strategies
· How to deepen their understanding of the change communications strategic planning process
· How to discover potential gaps in an organization’s leadership communications planning
· Tips to personal and professional leadership success
· How to develop a personal action plan – your “one thing” you could take back to the office.
Do you know a ‘Great Communicator?’ Nominations are being accepted through June 9 for the 2017 Great Communicator Award. This is the only award that honors lifetime achievements in effective communications in Volusia and Flagler counties. Nominees do not need to be FPRA members or members of the public relations profession. They must reflect a lifelong commitment to excellence in communications, professional leadership and accomplishments, and service to the community.
If someone you know deserves the award or you would like to sponsor the event, please request the form from Mary Dorn, APR, at email@example.com.