It’s one area of communications that requires a delicate touch: sitting down with C-level executives for some hands-on media training.
PR communicators often teach others how to become spokespeople, but rarely take on that role themselves. Here are six helpful tips to make the transition.
There’s a good-time gal looking for products that offer her fun and frivolity. She’s the “Escape Artist,” focused on the “now” and willing to make a spontaneous purchase.
A live encounter, by its very nature, is based on the unpredictable. If real estate’s rule is location, location, location, the media interview rule is preparation, preparation, preparation.
It’s April Fools’ Day today, the day that brands and organizations can poke a little fun at their fans and followers or, better yet, themselves, without fear of recrimination. At the same time, April Fools’ Day reminds us that using humor to communicate a message can be serious business.
Here is some abridged contrarian thinking about how to approach important aspects of PR that you didn’t learn in school.
Senior Managers Spooked by Public Speaking; Enterprise Companies Looking to Boost Communication With SMBs
More than 33% of business professionals said they wanted training for knowing how to tell a story in public while 44% said they needed training to help them “connect and engage with audiences,” according to a recent survey.