Please join us on Thursday, 11th April as Anneliese Searle, Marketing and Communications Executive of The Work Crowd and the PRCA’s NextGen London Chairman, will talk to different leaders in the communications industry.
Event Type: Member Event
Address: Central London - TBC, London
As we develop through our careers, we look up to the leaders who stand before us in awe and hope we can follow similar paths to inspire the next gen of leaders. But what makes a great leader today?
On the 11th of April, Anneliese Searle, Marketing and Communications Executive of The Work Crowd and the PRCA’s NextGen London Chairman, will talk to different leaders in the communications industry.
Topics of discussion will include:
- Tips of success from industry leaders
- Soft skills needed for leadership & how to know you’re ready
- Focus points to consider when managing teams
- Tools and techniques to drive your success
This panel discussion is aimed at mid-level communications and PR practitioners that are ready to take on a leadership role.
Time Lines MPRCA, Director, Nelson Bostock Unlimited
Leading the agency’s Fast Growth division working with scale-up technology brands like GoCardless, Apptio and Cohesity. As a long-serving member of the NBU team – now 12+ years – Tim is a great champion of culture and developing talent from within. He is deeply involved in the agency’s people strategy.
Natalie Luke CMPRCA, Founder & Managing Director, Aduro Communications
Following eight years at Shine Communications, Natalie set up award winning consumer PR agency Aduro Communications. She has over 15 years experience working on an eclectic mix of sport, FMCG, youth, entertainment and lifestyle brands. Some of her clients have included EA SPORTS, Dunlop Slazenger, PUMA, Wembley Stadium, Paramount Home Entertainment, and Unilever, to name a few!
Ishtar Schneider CMPRCA, Account Director, Health, Edelman
Ishtar works with global clients including Mars Petcare and Johnson & Johnson delivering strategic communications programmes that drive tangible business results. Previously Ishtar worked at a leading health agency in Sydney, Australia for six years. She is a current PRCA Council Member and previous Chair of the Public Relations Institute of Australia’s New and Emerging Practitioner’s Group (NEPG). In 2017, Ishtar won the global PR Daily’s Ace Awards for Healthcare Communications Professional and Industry Newcomer.
This event is worth 15 points in the PRCA CPD Programme.