Gil Bashe, Executive Vice President, Health Practice at Makovsky + Company, understands how to engage the media and even, at times, disengage with them. He’s deliberative in his PR approach and prescriptive with regard to… Continued
Last month, Jerry Yang rounded out his tenure as CEO of Yahoo with a mass memo to employees that announced 1,500 layoffs. It wasn’t the first e-mail of its kind to come from Yang, who… Continued
What would the Oscars be without the after-parties? What would the presidential inauguration be without the series of gala balls across the nation’s capital? And what would a five-year-old’s birthday be without friends, a birthday cake, and pin the tail on the donkey? Or, in Hollywood, a performance by Beyoncé? Everybody loves events. So what’s the difference between a party and an event? We throw a party to celebrate something, or to just get friends together and have a good time. By contrast, an event is an opportunity to get a message out. And that’s why events are staples in the world of PR.
"High performance and high integrity are good for the bottom line." Two scholars in the area of corporate social responsibility (CSR)–Robert L. Heath, Ph.D., and Lan Ni, Ph.D., both of the University of Houston–reached that… Continued
Senior business executives’ continued haphazard approach to digital communications lends significant credence to the old saying, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” After all, the present time will surely be remembered… Continued
Risks abound in today’s global business climate. Shattered investor confidence, slashed consumer spending and spiraling employee morale have all forced executives to take pause and reassess their organizations’ business models and recipes for success. With… Continued
First, we begin with a TREND: We will all begin to realize that “being different” outside of work, that is, trying to be one person one hour, another during another, is an implausible waste of… Continued
To maintain longstanding, fruitful relationships with consumers, advertisers and stakeholders during an acquisition, Citigate Cunningham’s executive vice president Melissa Sheridan offers these best practices on how to keep your brand relevant.
Quick Study: Freezing Months for Talent Management; Green Investments; Blind Eye Turned to Corporate MisconductJanuary 5th, 2009 by PR News
The communications implication: Business is still about people, and organizations are only as strong as their weakest employee. When money is tight, the best strategy is to embrace nontraditional recruitment techniques and creative fringe benefits–two things the modern communications executive is well equipped to drive.
With the emergence of social media, executives have to be ready to face cameras and microphones at all times when they are in public. It is not enough to be prepared for a face-to-face interview… Continued