The theme for this year's PRDecoded is Purpose Transformed, the third chapter in the progression of purpose at PRWeek’s highest-profile annual gathering. PRDecoded continues to build upon the powerful conversations from last year’s first online conference PRDecoded: Purpose in Action while providing ways for the PR community to connect and learn from one another.
View the PRDecoded 2021 agenda here.
Project Healthy Minds execs discussed pathways for employers to mental health care at PRDecoded.
The 2021 Purpose Awards jury chair talks about her main takeaways from the awards and the PRDecoded: Purpose Transformed Conference.
General Motors executive Craig Buchholz spelled out his company’s climate action commitments at PRDecoded.
Instructor Dr. Chelsea Jackson Roberts immediately launched Peloton’s Breathe In, Speak Up series after George Floyd’s murder.
The company’s chairman and CEO discusses how her background as a communicator has helped translate her purpose to Pernod Ricard’s stakeholders.
Panelists at PRDecoded discussed the social impact and business imperative of properly representing diverse groups.
Top executives including PepsiCo’s North America chief sound off on businesses responding to change.
Thursday night’s Purpose Awards celebration was PRWeek’s first large-scale in-person event since December 2019.
The Black Coalition Against COVID-19 and Real Chemistry and Kizzmekia Corbett, Ph.D. of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health were also honored with top awards.
Panelists at PRWeek’s PRDecoded event outlined steps organizations can take to ensure all individuals are empowered to thrive.
Boston University researchers and PR practitioners from leading corporations on how the pandemic is highlighting the critical importance of communications.
The host of the Queen of Comm podcast on what her generation learned from virtual education and job-searching at PRDecoded.
The company’s North America CEO talks doubling down on purpose during the pandemic at PRDecoded.
Fast-moving communications teams are most likely to drive change across organizations, say comms leaders from Procter & Gamble and John Hancock.
Three influential young execs discuss finding an unconventional path at PRDecoded.