In our nervous-twitch workplace environment, PR execs who provide media training often face an executive or a team that has received coaching previously. They know—or think they know—the basics and don’t want to waste time on Training 101. How should communicators react? Here are three things an expert media trainer needs to be able to do.
The first 48 hours of a crisis are the most important because they determine whether the situation becomes a manageable problem or an out-of-control disaster.
As a millennial, there will be times when your suggestions aren’t taken seriously and when references or jokes are lost on you. How do you conquer the task of getting through to employees who have been with the company longer than you’ve been alive?
Here are five tips for creating successful partnerships with nonprofit organizations, courtesy of Mike McDougall, president, McDougall Communications.
Brian Williams is being lambasted for falsely claiming he was aboard a helicopter that was “hit and crippled” by enemy fire during the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Even 12 years later, a lie, mistruth or “misremembered” incident can and will come back to haunt you.
Many trend forecasts focus on the need for increased visual content, the continued shift to mobile, and real-time marketing. What’s absent is whether those are always the right tools.
Are you doing everything you can to protect your company’s digital data? Read here to find out how you can help improve cyber security.