Know someone who is an excellent communicator who, low and behold, does not work in the PR industry? Then nominate them for the PRINZ Commincator of the Year award. Entries close on March 22.
The PRINZ Communicator of the Year was created to recognise excellence in personal communication skills, and also a sector leader who espouses open and honest communications within his or her organisation.
The award is a chance for PR practitioners to recognise those outside of our industry for their endeavours in the communications arena.
Past nominees have included leaders of business and industry, politicians, athletes and authors who are consistently robust, transparent and honest in their communications and who support and endorse public relations both internally and externally.
The top honour in 2009 went to Air New Zealand's Rob Fyfe.
To find out more and to nominate someone, click here.