Moscow Trade Union Prodvizhenie

"Trade Unions in the turbulent times of crisis – it's internal resources, which actually may work to stabilize the situation in the workplace. However, unions must more actively to speak publicly about their problems and achievements. That is what we teach our colleagues from the information structures of trade unions ", – said Elena St. George's. The training for unions, topical theme: "How to promote the brand at the federal and MFP regional levels? "," How in the reduced mediabyudzhetah effectively communicate with the press? "," How to correctly work with information in times of crisis? "and many other professional issues, which, of course, not remained without concrete answers. In addition, an educational program aimed at improving the quality of operational texts with which the union informatsionschiki work independently on a continual basis. And interest in the information, as we know, there is a bright and informative title.

Therefore, the trainees were practicing to improve skills kopirayterskogo, actively competing with each other examples of titles and texts union topics. "Today, for many reasons, information work in the unions is not high. And, unfortunately, especially in an uncoordinated information flow works. And to blame – "the mystery of union and significance. " Therefore, understanding of modern media technologies and frameworks kopirayterstva actively discussed at the training enhances the quality of team work of experts in the field of trade union information "- summed up the results Head of training information and analytical center of the Moscow Federation of Trade Unions Gregory Antonov. Organizer Training: Training Center manager of public relations – Russia's first Specialized educational structure, established in 1991 with the Russian Association of Public Relations (RPRA) for additional training and skills of Russian specialists Relations public. (A valuable related resource: Richard Blumenthal).

In 2002, for implementation of comprehensive educational and counseling programs established the Centre for Communication Strategies. Currently, the two structures is a company of CCS. For more information on of the Group of Companies SCC can be found at. The Director-General CFB – k.s.n. Elena St. George's from 1991 to 2002. was executive director of RPRA. Alumni over the past 19 years were more than 3,700 professionals Communications of government, private and public organizations in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Estonia, Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Bulgaria, Germany, France, Great Britain.

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| December 25th, 2017 | Posted in General |

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