“There is no off switch for a leader.” Björn Edlund uses these words to describe great leaders. The expression very definitely applies to Björn and Frank Ovaitt, winners of career achievement awards at last night’s Arthur W. Page Society annual recognition ceremony at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago. Björn received the Page Society’s prestigious Hall…… Continue reading Arthur W. Page Society Honors Edlund and Ovaitt
Public Relations thought leaders Richard Edelman and John Onoda accept major peer recognition awards and propose bold suggestions to help the profession evolve.
Two good friends–Nick Ashooh and Maril MacDonald–were honored last week by the Arthur W. Page Society for their service and leadership in public relations. Their acceptance remarks during the organization’s 30th anniversary conference in Boston provide current and future PR pros with important insights into what it takes to become a leader in our profession.…… Continue reading What It Takes To Be A Leader in Public Relations
Q. One of the guest lecturers in my class mentioned the Arthur Page Society several times during his talk, and my professor says the organization is something I should aspire to. From the Page website, I can’t determine how you become a member and what they do. I see you’re a member, so please let me know…… Continue reading Arthur Page’s 7 Leadership Principles for Current and Future PR Professionals
Peter Debreceny The Arthur W. Page Society’s Distinguished Service Award has always been near and dear to me. Receiving it four years ago was an especially rewarding experience. So I was particularly pleased this week to applaud the 2010 award recipient, long-time friend Peter Debreceny. During his acceptance remarks, Peter discussed three points that are important to the future of…… Continue reading A Seasoned Pro Offers 3 Important Points for the Future of Public Relations