There are a few things to keep in mind — not to mention pitfalls to avoid—when navigating the space between jobs.
Those who have been working for years on developing standard practices for PR measurement have long advocated that communicators need to put first the business outcomes that matter most to senior leaders and clients.
“One of the most challenging aspects of working in PR is building relationships with reporters,” says author Tania Luna, who will be the keynote presenter on day two of PR News’ Digital PR Conference in Miami. “Luckily, things get a lot easier when you have the science of surprise on your side.”
TIME announced its annual list of the 100 Most Influential People on Thursday. The list reads like a Who’s Who of humanity, spanning genders, generations, ethnicities and professions. Let’s take a look at 10 inspirational quotes from those who made the list this year.
Google has prepared a response to antitrust charges from the EU, and it may hold some key lessons for communicators who want to keep employees in the loop while grappling with difficult cases.
Today’s communicators need to practice a kind of integrated leadership that allows for collaboration and connection. In particular, they need to be proactive in forming bonds with marketers in their organizations, instead of engaging in turf warfare.
Porter Novelli, brought in to contain the damage in Indiana after the Religious Freedom Restoration Act controversy, has its work cut out.
The messaging strategy laid out by Clinton’s campaign announcement video is one other brands and organizations prone to criticism can take to heart: Take the focus off of you and put it on those you are trying to reach.