Workplace Integrity Training at Public Media Stations

Power Shift Project and PMJA

The Public Media Journalists Association (PMJA) spent two days in October training more than 50 staff members at St. Louis Public Radio using the Power Shift Project’s Workplace Integrity curriculum.
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Power Shift Project Graduates Record Number of ‘Workplace Integrity’ Trainers from Leading Newsrooms and Universities

Power Shift Project

A record-breaking 55 media leaders participated in the project’s one-of-a-kind “Workplace Integrity: Train the Trainers” workshop Oct. 16-17 at Loyola University Chicago.
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Two Public Media Stations Chosen to Receive Workplace Integrity Training

Power Shift Project

Public Media Journalists Association has chosen two member stations to receive Workplace Integrity training free of charge. The initiative is part of a pilot project with the Power Shift Project to partner with stations to improve workplace cultures.
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Workplace Integrity: The Tone Starts at the Top

Power Shift Project, Workplace Integrity

Recapping our live “Workplace Integrity” broadcast to news organizations nationwide.
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Freedom Forum Institute and Public Media Journalists Association Partner on Workplace Integrity Training for Member Stations

PSP Tote Feature

PMJA will select two public media stations to receive workplace integrity workshops — free of charge.
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Power Shift Project Releases Report on #MeToo’s Impact on Media

Power Shift Summit 2.0 brought together more than 100 editors, reporters and experts to assess what’s changed since revelations of sexual harassment rocked the media industry.
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Power Shift Project Graduates Its First Training Class of 2019

Power Shift Project, Workplace Integrity

On Jan. 17, the Power Shift Project graduated a class of eight new trainers who are now prepared to teach the “Workplace Integrity” curriculum to news organizations nationwide.
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Power Shift Summit 2.0 Measures #Metoo’s Impact on Media One Year Later

Summit 2.0

More than 100 newsroom and media industry leaders gathered to explore what’s changed since #MeToo revelations exposed sexual misconduct in many news organizations.
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Live Blog: Power Shift Summit 2.0

Power Shift Summit 2.0

Power Shift Summit 2.0 focused on what’s changed since the first summit one year ago explored the systems and silence behind sexual misconduct scandals in media organizations.
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