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Trust on Trial: How Communicators Succeed in a World No Longer Trusted

LEVICK |

Trust on Trial: How Communicators Succeed in a World No Longer Trusted

In a free virtual panel on October 29 hosted by CommPRO, Richard Levick will moderate a panel discussion with Dr. Michael K. Fauntroy, professor at Howard University; Andrew McCabe, former deputy director of the FBI; Alice Stewart, conservative political analyst; Michael Zeldin, CNN legal contributor; and Professor Jennifer Victor, Schar School of Policy and Government, about the challenge of establishing and maintaining trust in today’s social climate…

Establishing and maintaining trust is the core of the communications professionals’ work – and  something we all do. Yet, on an almost daily basis, we see the eroding trust in nearly all of our  institutions (governmental, religious, educational, and more). Who do we believe, who do we  trust? How do we maintain security while building trust? How do we have confidence in the  character, strength, or truth of someone or something? These questions are vital to us and  something to consider as we move forward.

Join us as former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe leads a lively panel discussion among experts in  communication, news, political science, and security. The event is co-sponsored by the Schar School  of Policy and Government, CommPRO, and the Museum of Public Relations…Read more 

Date: October 29th @ 7 – 8:30 pm ET

 

LEVICK |

Trust on Trial: How Communicators Succeed in a World No Longer Trusted

In a free virtual panel on October 29 hosted by CommPRO, Richard Levick will moderate a panel discussion with Dr. Michael K. Fauntroy, professor at Howard University; Andrew McCabe, former deputy director of the FBI; Alice Stewart, conservative political analyst; Michael Zeldin, CNN legal contributor; and Professor Jennifer Victor, Schar School of Policy and Government, about the challenge of establishing and maintaining trust in today’s social climate…

Establishing and maintaining trust is the core of the communications professionals’ work – and  something we all do. Yet, on an almost daily basis, we see the eroding trust in nearly all of our  institutions (governmental, religious, educational, and more). Who do we believe, who do we  trust? How do we maintain security while building trust? How do we have confidence in the  character, strength, or truth of someone or something? These questions are vital to us and  something to consider as we move forward.

Join us as former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe leads a lively panel discussion among experts in  communication, news, political science, and security. The event is co-sponsored by the Schar School  of Policy and Government, CommPRO, and the Museum of Public Relations…Read more 

Date: October 29th @ 7 – 8:30 pm ET

 

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