Maue Center Partners to Serve as Exclusive Leadership Development Resource for the Florida Public Relations Association
Sarasota, FL, October 4, 2017 — The Maue Center has partnered with the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) to serve as a leadership development resource for members of the Association. FPRA offers members opportunities to develop leadership skills through LeadershipFPRA, State Board Meetings, Chapter Meetings and Annual Conference.
Carolyn Maue, President/CEO, and the consultants of The Maue Center help individual leaders and teams reach goals and build skills through leadership coaching, team effectiveness and organizational consulting. Through this partnership, Carolyn will teach leadership skills to educate and enhance FPRA members in becoming stronger leaders in their organizations, their communities and FPRA.
“FPRA is excited to enter this partnership with the Maue Center,” said FPRA President Ryan Gerds, APR, CPRC. “Last year we began working with Carolyn Maue during our inaugural LeadershipFPRA class and we immediately saw the value for our members, as leadership development is one of the most requested subjects for professional development.”
Carolyn Maue, Executive Coach, Consultant and President of the Maue Center, will serve as a breakout session speaker at the 2018 FPRA Annual Conference. She will also lead a session on “Leading and Managing” for the 2017-18 LeadershipFPRA program.
“The collaboration between my company, The Maue Center, and FPRA is a natural fit as the missions of both organizations focus on the importance of developing and preparing innovative leaders to enact positive and innovative change. We are thrilled with the success of our relationship already and look forward to the exciting opportunities ahead in maximizing the skills of current and future leaders of FPRA to address the challenges and opportunities ahead in FPRA chapters, companies, communities and the profession”
About the Maue Center
Carolyn Maue, President/CEO of The Maue Center, serves as a trusted resource to leaders in envisioning the future for their organizations, and in building the leadership skill and capacity of leaders through leadership coaching and leadership team development. A successful entrepreneur and communicator, Carolyn is an expert in dealing with “people” issues in the workplace, consistently yielding positive change for the organizations she serves. Carolyn established The Maue Center in 2004 to guide forward-thinking executives to guide leaders in growth strategies to increase their effectiveness, and to increase their ability to use power with wisdom to positively impact their teams, organizations, and communities. The Maue Center collaborates with innovative organizations in sectors such as healthcare, science and technology, higher education, and hospitality.
Additional information on The Maue Center, including informational videos describing our process, can be found at https://www.mauecenter.com.
About the Florida Public Relations Association
The Florida Public Relations Association is dedicated to developing public relations practitioners who, through ethical and standardized practices, enhance the public relations profession in Florida. The organization’s 16 professional and 12 student chapters provide professional development, networking and recognition opportunities for nearly 1,500 members across the state. FPRA is the nation’s oldest public relations organization, established by Lt. Col. John Dillin, APR, CPRC in 1938. For more information, visit www.fpra.org.
LeadershipFPRA is an exclusive opportunity for FPRA members and provides participants tools to become stronger leaders. Graduates of the LeadershipFPRA program are better equipped to not only function as PR professionals in their respective workplaces, but also strengthen their rightful seat at the boardroom table and to evolve into further leadership roles in FPRA, their communities and the industry in general. https://www.fpra.org/leadership-opportunities/leadershipfpra/