Perhaps as a result of the concurrent changes in personal technology habits and decline of traditional news organizations, it’s become harder to perceive where marketing ends and PR begins.
If our PR teams are always on, they’re going to be off. In creative capacity. In making smart decisions. In experiencing the world around them. In sharpening the focus.
There are ways to go about making your day at the office a bit more calm. Try incorporating these tips into your daily routine and you’ll see a reduction in pressure and tension.
Civilian organizations and corporate brands can learn helpful tips from military communications practices.
Whether it’s women breaking the glass ceiling (in an industry dominated by men), gay marriage, income inequality or immigration reform, several societal and cultural issues are starting to come to the fore.
When we think of “brand security,” we often think in terms of information technology, software and solutions that are done by “somebody else.” This thinking is actually incorrect. In fact, it is incumbent upon communicators to learn how to improve the security of their brand.
They say that nonverbal physical activity is much more important in human communication than the spoken word. And intuitively, we all know it’s true. We’ve all had the odd meeting where someone wouldn’t make eye …
To encourage students to stay in school, CITGO Petroleum partnered with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office to launch the “Kindling Young Minds” program across six Houston high schools spanning three independent school districts (ISDs).
The 40th anniversary of Philippe Petit’s high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center sparked some a few thoughts on how PR pros can maintain a work-life balance.