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Betsy Plank's career spanned more than 60 years in the public relations industry. This infographic shows the lessons she learned if she was to do it all over again. Plank, commonly referred to as the first lady of public relations, was a pioneer for public relations education. She served as the first female president of the Public Relations Society of America in 1973. Her legacy lives on through the Plank Center's research and work in advancing the profession and public relations education. This piece is from Betsy's archives, which are housed at the Plank Center for Leadership in Public Relations.

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Betsy Plank's Lessons Learned

  1. 1. Lessons Learned What lessons learned would have currency if I were starting all over again today? Among the many I remember and value... “ ” Ethics & In tegri ty Begin now - upperclassmen to younger students, new alumni to classrooms & interns. are not simply a professional “code.” They are one’s here-and-now character and compass. Men tor of clients & employers. Never replace face-to-face encounters. hones leadership skills, develops new contacts & insights and helps solve community problems. Newspapers & periodicals, of course. But also research, history, contemporary & classical literature. They provide unique opportunities to learn and develop leadership skills and make unique contributions to the profession’s progress and promise. is populated by many of the brightest, most creative, caring “can-do” men & women. Traveling in that spirited company is a great adventure! By Betsy Plank, first lady of public relations, who dedicated more than 60 years to the PR relations industry. Compu ter Miracles Read & Reread Public Relations Know the Business Communi ty Service Profession al Organizations

Betsy Plank's career spanned more than 60 years in the public relations industry. This infographic shows the lessons she learned if she was to do it all over again. Plank, commonly referred to as the first lady of public relations, was a pioneer for public relations education. She served as the first female president of the Public Relations Society of America in 1973. Her legacy lives on through the Plank Center's research and work in advancing the profession and public relations education. This piece is from Betsy's archives, which are housed at the Plank Center for Leadership in Public Relations.

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