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Stakeholder Communications | Spokesperson Training | Crisis Communications

 

Kingdom PR is a small public relations agency serving some of New Zealand's largest organisations, most driven small businesses, and impactful churches and ministries.  Located from the picturesque Kapiti Coast, our collective team works remotely to manage organisational reputation, deliver positive change, and provide specialist stakeholder communication services to achieve your organisation's unique vision. 

Our team

We have a team of specialist communication experts located around New Zealand and Australia, below are a few of our team members based from the Kapiti Coast.

Hannah N.
Senior Public Relations Advisor, Crisis Communications Practitioner & Director at Kingdom PR.  Hannah has a Bachelor's Degree in Communications - Public Relations, a certificate in Change Management, and is a member of the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand. 

Spencer N. 

Kingdom PR's Business Manager, Administrator & Ministry Consultant. With a background in Pastoral Ministry, Spencer is an active Itinerant Public Speaker, holds a Diploma in Ministry, and has completed numerous leadership papers including Leading Teams and Leading & Managing Churches. 

Suzie M. 

Senior Communications Consultant at Kingdom PR. Former Captain of the Blacksticks and NZ Olympian, Suzie is also a seasoned corporate communicator, holding a Black Belt in Six Sigma process improvement (NZOQ), is qualified in PRINCE2 project management, and is an agile project management practitioner. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Public Relations is the discipline of building mutually beneficial relationships between an organisation and its stakeholder groups - in order to achieve the organisation’s goal.

As public relations is centred around best-practice communications, PR practitioners are often well equipped to provide strategy across many communication disciplines including: media relations, marketing communications, internal communications, investor relations, community relations, and lobbying. 

No organisation, business or charity can operate in isolation. In fact your organisation's success will rely on your ability to communicate effectively with your stakeholder groups. Public relations professionals help organisations to ethically communicate with their stakeholders (stakeholders that very much have the ability to influence whether your organisation's goal is achieved or not!) Public relations practitioners also advise on whether an organisation's image and identity are out of alignment, (which could put them at risk of a potential crisis) and help advise on proactive change needed within the organisation. 

“Stakeholders" or “publics” are groups of people that have a concern, stake or influence in your business. The most common stakeholder groups are:

  • customers & potential customers
  • media and influencers
  • government and local, and regional councils
  • investors
  • community groups
  • the general public
  • employees
  • Public relations strategy

  • Public relations campaigns

  • Media training

  • Press release writing & media pitching

  • Copywriting, case studies and marketing communications

  • Media coordination and relations

  • Launch events and media lunches

  • Market research

  • Stakeholder management and relations

  • Reputation management

  • Issues and crisis management

  • Strategic advice

  • Relationship building

  • Negotiations

  • Communications advice and support
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