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Pikes Peak Chapter September Program

"What Crayons can teach us about ethics."

by Les Kodlick
Brig. Gen., USAF. Ret.
Corporate Communications Consultant

Increasingly, the moral compass of companies and organizations is being questioned and the "C Suite" is under fire as they find themselves embroiled in investigations or facing accusations of mismanagement and malfeasance. What keeps some businesses on the right path while others waver? Leadership from the top is paramount, especially when the company's reputation is on the line. The Public Relations professional serves a vital role providing advice and counsel to corporate leaders and quickly communicating the facts, corrective actions, and the way forward to the public. It requires courage, candor, creativity, and conviction. It's called doing what is right... and most of us learned about that when we were young.

Les Kodlick is a corporate communication consultant, motivational speaker and guest lecturer.  Prior to his current position he served as the Director of Public Affairs for the United States Air Force.  Working in the Pentagon, he advised the Secretary of the Air Force, Chief of Staff, senior commanders and staff on public affairs matters.  He was responsible for developing and executing the Air Force’s global, strategic communication enterprise to build understanding and support for the Air Force.  General Kodlick led a headquarters staff of 120 and was responsible for the entire public affairs career field providing guidance and support for 5,500 active duty, Guard and Reserve Airmen and civilians.


Please RSVP by Tuesday, September 23 to Bonnie Singleton at or 715.827.0999. Bring a friend, coworker or colleague!


*Please note the new time and location for our September Program

When:  Thursday, September 25, 2014

            8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Where: Over Easy

               28 S. Tejon Street

              Colorado Springs, CO

*Payment is Due at Event* Cash, check or credit card accepted at the door.

If you need an invoice for payment, please email no later than September 23.

Cost:   $25 – Non-member

            $20 – PRSA Member

            $15 – Student

Payment Policy: You are entitled to a penalty-free cancellation 48 hours ahead of the event. If you are unable to cancel by this time and cannot send a substitute, you will be responsible for the registration fee as your RSVP has already been accounted for and included in the headcount and cost of food. If you have mailed a check or provided payment for the event and cancel within the allotted time above, you are entitled to a refund. No cancellations will be accepted after this date/time and full payment is expected. Another person from your organization is welcome to use your ticket, please just make sure we know they are taking your RSVP.