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Creative Communications: Creativity for PR Professionals

Creativity, creative leader, creative thinking, problem-solving, brainstorm, innovation

Course aim
A one-day course to inspire  greater creativity in the public relations and communications sector, where creative solutions are valued and innovative thinking is regarded as a core skill

Who should attend?
Public relations and communications professionals working in-house or in-agency who are expected to come up with innovative ideas for campaigns and stakeholder engagement programmes.

What to expect

  • Group discussion and exercises
  • Brainstorming techniques that encourage innovative thinking
  • Examples of great creative communication
  • Encouragement and ideas from an experienced creative practitioner


Course objectives

Participation in the course will provide you with the knowledge to:

  • define what applied creativity means in the public relations and communications sector
  • recognise how creativity adds value and improves outcomes
  • look at successful examples of creative PR, and learn from others
  • run better brainstorms – online, face to face, solo and group
  • learn how to sell a creative idea, to line managers and clients
When
24/09/2024 09:30 - 16:30
GMT Daylight Time
Where
etc.venues Chancery Lane 50-52 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1HL
DateLocationRegister
06/06/2024LondonRegister06/06/2024 16:30:00etc.venues Marble Arch
86 Edgware Road
London W2 2EA
CFC060624Personal development
24/09/2024LondonRegister24/09/2024 16:30:00etc.venues Chancery Lane
50-52 Chancery Lane,
London WC2A 1HL
CFC240924Personal development
27/11/2024OnlineRegister27/11/2024 16:30:00
Online
CFC271124Personal development
Level
Intermediate
CPD
10.00
Category
Personal development
Trainers

Creative Communications: Creativity for PR Professionals

Creativity, creative leader, creative thinking, problem-solving, brainstorm, innovation

Course aim
A one-day course to inspire  greater creativity in the public relations and communications sector, where creative solutions are valued and innovative thinking is regarded as a core skill

Who should attend?
Public relations and communications professionals working in-house or in-agency who are expected to come up with innovative ideas for campaigns and stakeholder engagement programmes.

What to expect

  • Group discussion and exercises
  • Brainstorming techniques that encourage innovative thinking
  • Examples of great creative communication
  • Encouragement and ideas from an experienced creative practitioner


Course objectives

Participation in the course will provide you with the knowledge to:

  • define what applied creativity means in the public relations and communications sector
  • recognise how creativity adds value and improves outcomes
  • look at successful examples of creative PR, and learn from others
  • run better brainstorms – online, face to face, solo and group
  • learn how to sell a creative idea, to line managers and clients
When
24/09/2024 09:30 - 16:30
GMT Daylight Time
Where
etc.venues Chancery Lane 50-52 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1HL
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