Projecting the right body language often makes or breaks an executive’s media interview or public appearance. Executive coach Carol Kinsey Goman reveals important signals sent, and how they differ by gender.
Is your executive team ready to handle the heat from the media? Here are three key qualities—plus coaching points—that your leaders must possess in times of crisis.
Case Study: Media Coaching Turns Law Firm Lobbyist Into a Press Sensation, Just in Time for the Midterm Elections
Known for her Republican contacts on Capitol Hill but not well-known among the Beltway press, Holland & Knight’s Kathryn Lehman underwent a media makeover to get ready for prime time.
Spanning digital PR, media relations, community relations and more, here are seven of the best legal PR initiatives from last year, feted at this year’s CSR Awards/Legal PR Awards luncheon in Washington, D.C.
Honing your own storytelling skills and journalistic instincts can only strengthen your relationships with time-crunched, resource-challenged reporters.
Preparing for an executive’s speech can be just as nerve-racking for the communicator as it can be for the speaker.
With digital/social communications in the forefront, and with corporate and CEO reputations at an all-time low, why aren’t more leaders dipping their toes into cyberspace, at least in the shallow part?
Gone are the days of formality. Now, the relationship between reporter and corporation requires frequency and transparency.
As the media landscape continues to fracture, with traditional outlets shrinking and new digital-based platforms emerging, PR executives are challenged to adjust media strategies and resources to gain maximum media coverage.