Media coach Jeanne Wolf provides advice on how to answer tough questions with poise—without lulling an audience to sleep.
A new app has hit the social media scene—one that lets you keep track of your wants and desires. Sounds like it might turn into a powerful tool for communicators.
PepsiCo’s Global Head of Digital will discuss how leading an organization’s "digital fitness" is a matter of survival for PR practitioners at PR News’ West Coast Facebook Conference on Aug. 9.
Social, mobile and local forms of communication are gaining popularity by the day, but e-mail list databases still play a crucial role in reaching customers.
Case Study: Despite Tough ‘Giving’ Climate, PR Drives Record Donations for Washington, D.C., Respitality Program
Utilizing fresh research and innovative outreach to donors, PR agency 4GreenPs helped the National Children’s Center increase its 2010 fundraising effort by a third from the year before.
Poor employee morale is the No. 1 factor that decreases employee engagement, says an IABC study. Internal comms experts weigh in on how bad morale is identified and offer some cures.
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.
Aligning employees to business objectives—an exercise often tried but rarely achieved—is one of the Holy Grails for PR pros. According to experts, however, some quality conversations with employees can help with the alignment process.
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