PRCA Built Environment Group: Next-Gen of built environment communicators


17:00 – 18:00



18 March 2021


18 March 2021

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Join the upcoming PRCA Built Environment Group’s webinar ‘Next-Gen of built environment communicators’ on Thursday 18 March, exploring the skills agenda, as well as the qualities and skills that the next generation of built environment communicators will need to develop in order to succeed and thrive in their careers.

This session will cover:

  • How to present yourself successfully including advice on coming across well in video calls, and getting your message across to journalists and clients digitally
  • Tips to thrive in built environment communications with expert advice on the skills and behaviours to succeed in a post-Covid built environment sector
  • Advice and tips on staying motivated and engaged at work during lockdown

The expert panel includes:

James Pearce
Media Trainer, JP Media Training

James Pearce has a hard-earned reputation as one of the leading international media trainers. A very familiar face on BBC television news bulletins for two decades, he now dedicates his time to helping many of the world’s best-known executives and athletes improve their communication skills.


Helen Rowell
Head of HR & Resourcing, HSBC

Helen has worked at HSBC for 10 years in a number of different HR roles. Her current role has oversight for all hiring activity within the commercial and wholesale banking operations across the UK and Europe, circa 3,000 hires per annum across 15 markets. Helen’s areas of specialism are resourcing, change and transformation and diversity and inclusion.


Simon Halewood
Northern Communications Manager, Willmott Dixon

With 15 years’ communications experience, Simon now oversees internal and external communications in the North for one of the UK’s Top 10 construction companies, Willmott Dixon; driving its commitment to building thriving communities.


For more information, please email the team here.

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