Kim is a highly experienced corporate affairs manager, consultant, author, and CEO of a non-profit organization. He is a Fellow and former national board member of the Public Relations Institute of Australia, and he ran his State’s professional development program for 7 years, helping many practitioners to strengthen their communication skills. Many people benefit from the practical knowledge shared in his monthly newsletter and in the books available from his website, cuttingedgepr.com.
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